Megan Thee Stallion calls Tory Lanez an 'abuser' and says his gun charges have NOT been dropped

Megan Thee Stallion is setting the record straight, calling rumors the criminal charges against Tory Lanez have been dropped ‘fake news.’

The WAP songstress, 25, addressed the unfounded gossip on Twitter Thursday, telling readers she is sick of ‘seeing people LIE and turn [her] trauma into a joke’ while also dubbing Lanez an ‘abuser.’

Megan has accused Tory, 28, of shooting her in both feet after an argument following a party last October.   

He was subsequently arrested and later charged with two felony gun offenses by Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, but pleaded not guilty during a November court date.

Call out: Megan Thee Stallion called Tory Lanez an 'abuser' as she corrected false claims the Canadian rapper's gun charges have been dropped. Megan has accused Tory of shooting her in October

Call out: Megan Thee Stallion called Tory Lanez an ‘abuser’ as she corrected false claims the Canadian rapper’s gun charges have been dropped. Megan has accused Tory of shooting her in October

No truth: The WAP songstress, 25, addressed the unfounded gossip on Twitter Thursday, telling readers she is sick of 'seeing people LIE and turn [her] trauma into a joke'

No truth: The WAP songstress, 25, addressed the unfounded gossip on Twitter Thursday, telling readers she is sick of ‘seeing people LIE and turn [her] trauma into a joke’

At the time law enforcement also confirmed he was facing ‘a gun allegation and that he personally inflicted great bodily injury’ on ‘a female friend in the Hollywood Hills.’ 

This week’s tweets claiming Lanez – real name Daystar Shemuel Shua Peterso – was off the hook cited screenshots of a Los Angeles County-area court website which showed no scheduled court date for the case pending as proof.

But Megan – full name Megan Jovon Ruth Pete – said that the case is still very much underway as she shared her frustration in a series of tweets.

‘AT THIS POINT IM GETTING ANNOYED !’ she wrote. ‘STOP BELIEVING EVERYTHING YOU READ ON THE MF INTERNET. 

‘Imagine how I feel waking every day seeing people LIE and turn my trauma into a joke ?’

The Texas native then accused Lanez and his team of fabricating stories, writing: ‘That whole team figures out ways to create doubt with my story every week and the media eats it up.’ 

Headed to trial: Lanez pleaded not guilty to two gun charges related to his alleged dispute with Megan in November. He's seen in 2019 above

Headed to trial: Lanez pleaded not guilty to two gun charges related to his alleged dispute with Megan in November. He’s seen in 2019 above

This week's tweets claiming Lanez - real name Daystar Shemuel Shua Peterso - was off the hook cited screenshots of a Los Angeles County-area court website which showed no scheduled court date for the case pending as proof

This week’s tweets claiming Lanez – real name Daystar Shemuel Shua Peterso – was off the hook cited screenshots of a Los Angeles County-area court website which showed no scheduled court date for the case pending as proof

Rescheduled: Miss Megan Pete explained that the date was rescheduled because of the presidential inauguration. Her claim was asserted by a rep from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office

Rescheduled: Miss Megan Pete explained that the date was rescheduled because of the presidential inauguration. Her claim was asserted by a rep from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office

‘Y‘all can’t tell when s**t fake news?’ the Don’t Stop rapper went on. ‘Y’all still don’t see an ABUSER picking with me ?’

She explained: ‘The first court date got pushed back bc of the inauguration but I can’t wait until the MF FACTS come out ! B**** you shot me AND MY STORY NOT CHANGING AND B**** YOU GOING TO JAIL’

Backing up Miss Pete’s claims, a rep from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office told Complex the next court date for the case is now set for February 25, following the originally reported hearing date of Jan. 20. 

Megan’s tweet’s then turned the topic to the public, wondering why she was getting villainized even though she was the alleged victim.

Trauma: The WAP rapper admitted she was still dealing with lots of trauma from the incident, as well as the personal loss of her mom, dad and grandmother

Trauma: The WAP rapper admitted she was still dealing with lots of trauma from the incident, as well as the personal loss of her mom, dad and grandmother

‘How tf I get shot now I’m the worlds biggest mf villain !? All y’all p***y a** n****s and pick me a** h**s GONE EAT YO MF WORDS.’

She called out the hypocrisy of some, writing: ‘Y’all so believe black women and protect black women online BUT WHEN I LITERALLY SAY I GOT SHOT ITS CONFUSING.’

‘Trauma is real,’ the Savage rapper continued. 

‘I’m still traumatized from loosing my mom dad and one of my grandmothers and on top of that being shot. I’m not open abt anything on the internet usually bc I like to keep my emotions private but I’m reaching my limit, Im going to keep staying positive.’

Lanez’ team affirmed Pete’s claims on Thursday via a statement made to New York Times music reporter Joe Coscarelli.

Denied: Lanez' team affirmed Pete's claims on Thursday via a statement made to New York Times music reporter Joe Coscarelli

Denied: Lanez’ team affirmed Pete’s claims on Thursday via a statement made to New York Times music reporter Joe Coscarelli

He tweeted: ‘A rep for Tory Lanez says it is NOT TRUE that charges against him in the Megan Thee Stallion shooting were dropped: ‘The blog that posted this info is wrong. I assume the docket hasn’t been updated … The next hearing date is in mid-February.”

Lanez’ reps were more sharp in a statement to Page Six, saying: ‘The false report came from a d-list blogger (I can’t even find their contact) that doesn’t know how to read a court docket.’ 

Another source also clarified that Megan has nothing to do with if the case is dropped.

‘The LA County District Attorney’s office filed the charges against him, not Megan, so only they could drop the charges,’ the insider said. ‘But the reality is he will have to deal with the consequences of his actions.’

If convicted, Lanez could face up to 22 years and eight months in state prison. 

But he struck an optimistic tone on his own Twitter Thursday, posting: ‘I will continue my 2021 unproblematically.. just wanna make great content for my fans.’