After Tory Lanez shot Megan Thee Stallion, she said she 'will never be the same'

Megan Thee Stallion stated that she 'will never be the same' after Tory Lanez shot her.

As a judge prepares to sentence Tory Lanez, Megan Thee Stallion says she will "never be the same" after being shot in the feet by him.

Megan, a three-time Grammy winner, prepared a victim impact statement that was read aloud in court on Monday, the first day of the sentencing hearing.

Last year, she testified in his trial that Lanez shot her in an altercation while leaving a party at Kylie Jenner's house in 2020.

Prosecutors have requested the judge to sentence Lanez to 13 years in prison.

His attorneys claimed that he should just receive probation and a drug treatment course. He is scheduled to be sentenced later today.

Megan's statement was read in court on Monday by the deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County. "I have not experienced a single day of peace since I was viciously shot by the defendant," it added, according to US media.

"I'm slowly but steadily healing and regaining my strength, but I'll never be the same."

The actress said she debated giving the statement in person but "just couldn't bring me to be in a room with Tory again."

Megan, 28, said she was "tormented and terrorized," and that when Lanez insulted her experience, she "spiraled to a dark, angry place." "His crime deserves the full force of the law," she stated.


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Lanez, actual name Daystar Peterson, has achieved seven top ten albums in the United States in the last seven years. Megan testified in court that Lanez opened fire because she criticized his musical abilities.

Lanez's father, who spoke eloquently about the impact of his son's mother's death when he was 11, and a prison chaplain, who said Lanez had been leading daily prayer groups, were among others who testified on Monday.

The 31-year-old has been held in custody since December, when he was found guilty of assault with a semi-automatic rifle, having a loaded, unlicensed firearm in a vehicle, and discharging a firearm with gross negligence.

The judge added that he had received over 70 letters from relatives and friends in favor of Lanez, including rapper Iggy Azalea, who requested a sentence that was "transformative, not life-destroying."

Lanez, on the other hand, has maintained his innocence, with his attorneys claiming that Ms. Harris shot her companion after discovering the relationship because she had a "crush" on him and was envious.

Ms. Harris strongly refuted this. On the witness stand, however, she retracted her assertions that Lanez was the shooter, instead telling the jury that she did not see who shot Megan.

Megan originally told authorities she had damaged her foot by walking on broken glass, but she eventually admitted she had been shot, and the feud raged on social media and in the pair's songs.

Fans of the two stars, as well as several well-known hip-hop figures, took sides in the debate about who was speaking the truth.

Megan called the guilty verdict "a victory for every woman who has ever been shamed, dismissed, and blamed for a violent crime committed against them" in an April interview with Elle magazine.

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