In an exclusive interview on VladTV, Boosie Badazz seemingly co-signs Tory Lanez recent legal moves which led him to decline a plea deal to undergo a full trial in the case with Megan Thee Stallion, saying he would take whatever happened to the “grave,” with him if he himself were the Canadian crooner.
“You think I’m finna agree and say ‘I shot Megan Thee Stallion,’ fuck no you crazy,” Boosie said while laughing. “I could’ve shot her in the back with a million muthafuckas looking, ‘I ain’t shoot Megan Thee Stallion,’ uh-uhh. You think I’m gonna say I shot that fine muthafucka? No, I’m taking that to the grave! Yeah it’s going to the grave, ‘I ain’t shoot you, you lying.’ I’m telling you If I was that nigga shit, he ain’t doing nothing wrong.”
The My Struggle film creator went on to downplay his comments by offering a lewd, backhanded comment expressing how excited he is to see the “Thot Shit” rapper’s wardrobe options during the upcoming trial.
“I don’t know what happened but I’m not going to admit to shit. I ain’t mentioning shit. They finna go to trial — I wanna see Megan in that business suit. Megan gone step out in the ole business suit ass everywhere.”
Though it is unclear whether or not the Alone At Prom vocalist has had any communication with Boosie Badazz, it’s obvious he is on the same page as with since Tory has maintained his innocence over the last and recently shot down rumors that he was “unable,” to reach a plea deal in the case on Twitter earlier this month.
“The wording of this is amazingly inaccurate,” he wrote in the since-deleted tweet. “I wasn’t ‘UNABLE’ to do anything. They offered what they offered so I wouldn’t goto TRIAL and I DECLINED. It’s very simple … and no I will not be giving any live testimony please report real news and accurate facts . ciao.”
Last November, Tory Lanez pleaded not guilty to several charges including felony assault, assault with a semi-automatic firearm and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in his vehicle. A Los Angeles judge recently scheduled a preliminary hearing for the case on December 14.
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