DJ Akademiks decided to weigh in on Tory Lanez’s alleged shooting of Megan Thee Stallion in the feet. Before Lanez’s felony assault hearing had started in February, Akademiks tweeted out details about the case.
On February 3, Akademiks tweeted, “It was discovered in court [a] few moments ago that Tory Lanez DNA WAS NOT found on the weapon in the Meg Thee Stallion case”. He instantly erased the message, claiming that the DNA test had yielded inconclusive results.
The Outspoken Blogger’s Tweet Sparked A Flurry Of Back-and-forth.
DJ Akademiks’ single tweet sparked a series of back-and-forth interactions with Megan Thee Stallion. The prosecutors in Tory Lanez’s case brought up Ak sharing undisclosed material with the public during this week’s hearing.
On Twitter, Rolling Stone reporter Nancy Dillon stated, “Lanez’s lawyer, Shawn Holley, maintained that Lanez did not supply DJ Akademiks with any information in the case before Akademiks posted his Twitter post. He posted ‘Tory Lanez DNA was not found on the weapon in the Meg Thee Stallion case,'”
Nancy Dillon’s tweet prompted DJ Akademiks to quote her and add his own reply. “I got it from Roc Nation… *shrug*,” the controversial Off The Record podcast host simply wrote.
DJ Akademiks Makes a Strong Remark Regarding Jay-Z’s Firm
Megan Thee Stallion is a member of Jay-Roc Z’s Nation management team. Tory Lanez hinted that he was the target of a smear campaign. Some speculated that Roc Nation was attempting to tarnish Lanez by manipulating the media.
The assertion by DJ Akademik that Roc Nation leaked favorable court material for Tory Lanez contradicts claims by Lanez supporters that Roc Nation is behind the scheme to bring the Canadian rapper down. Ak’s accusation is most likely more trolling than truth-telling.
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