Tory Lanez Says He Apologized to Megan Thee Stallion for "Fucking 2 Best Friends," Not Shooting Her

The felony assault case finally went to trial while both parties continue the debacle on social media
Tory Lanez Says He Apologized to Megan Thee Stallion for 'Fucking 2 Best Friends,' Not Shooting Her
As the trial date for the felony assault case between Megan Thee Stallion and Tory Lanez was being postponed in a hearing yesterday (February 23), a flurry of online rumours began to swirl, thanks, in part, to media personality DJ Akademiks.

Before the hearing had even begun, Akademiks took to Twitter to claim that no DNA evidence was found on the gun that allegedly shot Megan Pete in 2020.

"UPDATE: Tory Lanez trial adjourned til April with Tory's lawyer telling the court they have completed DNA results from the prosecution which is very pleasing to his client," Akademiks wrote, adding that he saw the document himself and that it was inconclusive in finding the Brampton-hailing rapper's DNA.
A social media firestorm ensued, as the Houston, TX, rapper clapped back at the premature claim's lack of credibility. At one point, Pete posted — then deleted — a series of text messages she had received from the artist born Daystar Peterson on July 12.

"Meg, I know u prolly never gone to talk to me again," it read, "but I genuinely want u to know I'm sorry from the bottom of my heart. And I was just too drunk. Nonetheless shit should have never happened and I can't change what I did. I just feel horrible."

She captioned the post: "Lie yo way out of this … if you ain't do shit what you was apologizing for? THE LAWYERS GOT YO PHNE RECORDS AND MINE. ALL YOUR TXT. THEY GOT YOU RECORDED ON THE JAIL PHONE TALKING TO KELSEY APOLOGIZING BEGGING US NOT TO TALK."

Peterson took to Twitter to respond, writing: "Good D*ick had me fucking 2 best friends .... and I got caught ... that's what I apologize 4. ... It's sick how u Spun it tho," claiming that he was having sex with both Pete and her former best friend Kelsey, and that's what led to the argument inside the SUV that took place before the alleged shooting.
Last November, Peterson passed on a plea deal for the case, maintaining his not guilty plea on both counts charged: assault with a semiautomatic firearm and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle. If convicted, he could face nearly 23 years in prison.

The two rappers are expected to head to court on April 5.

See the screenshot of Pete's since-deleted Instagram post of Peterson's apology texts below.
Megan Thee Stallion is also in another legal battle with record label 1501 Entertainment, this time over what constitutes an album.