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Megan Thee Stallion Rejects Claims of Kelsey Harris Involvement in Shooting, Counters Tory Lanez’s Bodyguard’s Statement



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In a recent Instagram Live session, Megan Thee Stallion vehemently rejected claims that Kelsey Harris was responsible for shooting her, countering assertions made by Tory Lanez’s bodyguard. The rapper, addressing the allegations on Wednesday (December 13), asserted that she was shot by Lanez, who has already been convicted in connection with the incident.

Struggling with the emotional aftermath of the shooting, Megan disclosed the profound impact of social media on her well-being and criticized Lanez’s pursuit of a new trial. She expressed disappointment in those defending Lanez, particularly as he did not take the stand to testify in his own defense.

Addressing the accusation against Harris, Megan expressed disbelief and questioned Harris’s reluctance to defend herself online. Megan suggested that Harris’s silence could be attributed to financial incentives or potential threats, emphasizing the seriousness of the situation.

In her direct message to Lanez, who chose not to testify during the trial, Megan challenged him to take the stand and deny his involvement. She questioned Lanez’s failure to shift blame to Harris if she were the alleged shooter and called on Harris to proclaim her innocence if she were not responsible.

Earlier in the week, Lanez’s bodyguard and driver, Jaquan Smith, submitted a legal document supporting Lanez’s appeal. Smith claimed to have seen a gun in Harris’s hand and witnessed a struggle but did not witness who fired the weapon.

During the trial, Lanez’s defense suggested Harris as the shooter, citing DNA found on the weapon. Despite earlier text messages from Harris implicating Lanez, she invoked her fifth amendment rights during the trial, claiming not to know who shot Megan during the July 2020 incident.

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Maintaining his innocence, Lanez was found guilty on all charges, including assault with a semiautomatic handgun, possession of a loaded and unregistered firearm in a vehicle, and gross negligence in discharging his firearm. He received a 10-year prison sentence.

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