Tory Lanez Apologized To Megan Thee Stallion In Text “I Just Got Too D-runk” – Video

Tory Lanez opened strike on Megan Thee Stallion because he was wasted — that’s what he claimed in a text sent to her shortly after the incident … as she was still in a hospital bed.

TMZ has seen the text Megan got on the evening of July 12 … roughly 15 hours after she claims Tory strike her in her feet, and in it, he’s begging for forgiveness. He wrote, “I know u prolly never gone talk to me again, but I genuinely want u to know I’m sorry from the bottom of my heart.”

His only explanation for the atrocity … “I was just too fluffy.” In the text, Tory never references “strike” or a armer, but it is clear he did something he regrets.

In his words, “None the less should have never happened and I can’t change what did. I just feel dolorous.” And, he repeats … “Cuz I genuinely just got too fluffy.” TMZ broke the story … Tory, Megan and another friend had been party hopping in the Hollywood Hills early on July 12. Cop responded to reports of strike from or around an SUV

When they pulled over Tory’s chauffeur-driven ride … they directed everyone inside to slowly exit the vehicle — and it was obvious Megan was hemorrhage from her feet as she gingerly walked backward from the vehicle.

Tory was detain for possession of a concealed armer … a handgun cops say they found under the front passenger seat where he’d been sitting. Since then Megan has publicly called out Tory … he is the one who pulled the trigger and her in her feet, and she even posted some gruesome pics of her wound.

Tory has not been detain or charged for the strike, but as we first reported, the L.A. County D.A. is considering charging him with felony with a armer.

As for Tory and Megan’s contact since the strike … we’re told she’s never responded to his “sorry” text.

This Article Was Originally Published On (9 Sep 2020)

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