JoJo was going to release the deluxe version of her ‘Good to Know’ album and one of the collaborators was Tory Lanez. Earlier this year, the rapper collaborated with 30 Roc for their song, “Comeback”.
However, Megan Thee Stallion confirmed that Tory Lanez was the one who shot her last month. Following her confession, JoJo said that he would not be on the re-release of her ‘Good to Know’ album.
JoJo confirmed the news after a fan asked her if she could take Tory off of her album in support of Megan. The fan tweeted, fan tweeted, “Hey @iamjojo can we take Tory off your album in support of this beautiful, smart, talented black woman, @theestallion? I love you.”
Another fan wrote that they heard he won’t be a part of the deluxe version of her album. JoJo responded confirming that she definitely took him off. She, later on, reposted a tweet that said the solo version of the song is way better. The singer also responded to another fan saying that they should start a petition which includes Megan instead.
JoJo responded retweeting the comment saying Megan would definitely kill it and tagged her in the post.
Megan was shot on both her feet on July 12. She had posted pictures of her wound which she eventually deleted. However, the rapper confirmed recently that Tory shot her. She revealed in an Instagram live that he shot her and went off with his publicists lying about it. Megan asked him to stop lying and says she does not understand.
The rapper went on to explain what went down that day. She said he shot her after she got out of his vehicle following an argument they were having. Explaining why she did not tell the police, she said she was scared and did not want more trouble. The rapper explained that she could not tell the police that a black man had a gun with him, which would have caused more trouble.
Tory was charged and arrested for carrying a firearm with him. According to TMZ, the L.A. County D.A. is now considering charging Tory with felony assault with a firearm. Lanez has, however, not commented about the situation yet.