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Tory Lanez Denies Referencing His Court Case With Megan Thee Stallion In New Song “Mucky James.”  Is This Only Freedom Of Speech?

Rapper Tory Lanez denies talking about the his case with Megan Thee Stallion in the new song Mucky James. The controversy arose because the song contains lyrics that could get the “Say It” rapper in trouble with the case. Tory says it’s his “freedom of speech. 205 Views Tory Lanez responded to accusations that his new…

Rapper Tory Lanez denies talking about the his case with Megan Thee Stallion in the new song Mucky James. The controversy arose because the song contains lyrics that could get the “Say It” rapper in trouble with the case. Tory says it’s his “freedom of speech.

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Tory Lanez responded to accusations that his new song Mucky James is speaking on his court case with Megan Thee Stallion, which would be a violation of a court order.

The “Say It” rapper tweeted to vehemently deny the song referenced Meg and pleaded with followers not to go there.

“I am not talking about my court on my song #Muckyjames, I see all these blogs trying to connect the two, and honestly I have more sense than that, please stop that narrative.”

Tory Lanez via Twitter

I am not talking about my court case on the song #MuckyJames …. I see all these blogs trying to connect the two … and honestly I have more sense than that . I would not play with the court order or the judge like that … please stop that narrative .

— Tory Lanez (@torylanez) April 11, 2022

Lanez continued, “I’ll say whatever the fuck I like to, and feel no way about it. We get so scared of how people take our opinions on these apps that we forget our freedom to the thoughts we think, have your freedom of speech unapologetically.”

In the song, “Mucky James” Lanez raps, 

“I’m starting to give like zero fucks about how it’s going down they try to blackball me for money but I ain’t going out I told myself I’ll stop this bullshit and not speak up more.”  

Lyrics – Mucky James by Tory Lanez

Later in the song, Lanz cryptically sings about being at a high point in his career and being set back by a ‘bitch.’

I was at a high in my career, you think I’d do that shit, you on some stupid shit, I don’t need to do that shit, I can’t lie temporarily that bitch came and ruin shit. Hey Tory stop talking about it, I wish I could but dawg I’m only human, sometimes that shit be getting to me.”

Lyrics – Mucky James by Tory Lanez

The “Take it” rapper was recently detained for discussing the Megan Thee Stallion case on Twitter last month. Lanez‘s trial against theWAPrapper will resume on September 14th.

According to Rolling Stone’s writer, Nancy Dillon, Lanez was cuffed and taken into custody for violating court orders in the case.

Dillon tweeted Tory was in custody for not adhering to personal and protective contact orders imposed on him by the judge. Tory was also assigned a bail of $350,000.

“Tory Lanez was handcuffed in court until he posts new bail of $350,000 Megan Thee Stallion felony assault case. The judge found him in violation of the discovery protective order and personal contact order.”

Nancy Dillon via Twitter

Tory Lanez recently made subliminal references to Megan and her boyfriend, Pardison Fontaine, on social media and in his music. This might have been the cause of the court’s decision to cite him for violation of the restraining order.

Meanwhile, Tory Lanez dropped a controversial new record titled “CAP”. In it, he throws subliminal lyrics at the H-town hottie and her boyfriend, songwriter Pardi Fontaine.

Fontaine and Tory were in a Twitter spat when Pardi defended his girlfriend Megan Thee Stallion. Megan also shared on her Instagram story that her social media accounts are riddled with threats of violence and death. She also included a post saying, “Megan needs to get shot and killed.”

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