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Despite the fact that Tory Lanez was found guilty by a grand jury, Akademiks says he still has reservations that he shot Megan Thee Stallion.
Over the weekend, the podcaster got down with DJ Vlad to discuss the matter in-depth, and Ak expressed his misgivings about Tory becoming the triggerman on July 2020 night.
“I thought he hadn’t done it.” I’m still a little skeptical, but the verdict is the verdict. “I think the people who were registering at the time in court were favored established on what they already [thought],” Akademiks suggested Vlad.
However, Ak went on to say that he didn’t think Lanez’s last-ditch retry attempt would work either.
Tory Lanez (actual name Daystar Peterson) has been held without release since December 23, when he was convicted guilty of first-degree assault with a firearm following a high-profile two-week trial in Los Angeles.
The Sorry 4 What rapper meets up to 22 years and eight months in the dungeon, as well as removal to his residence nation of Canada.
Lanez was due to be sentenced on June 13, but it was postponed at the last minute at the request of the rapper’s legal counsel, who now has until August 1 to make a sentencing recommendation before a new sentencing date on August 7, according to reporter Meghann Cuniff.
The Canadian actress made a brief appearance in court, dressed in an orange jumpsuit and a black cap. Tory Lanez’s attempt to have Judge Herriford removed from the trial was denied, according to the most recent report.
Prosecutors have asked for a 13-year prison sentence for shooting Megan Thee Stallion in the feet during a drunken brawl in the Hollywood Hills in July 2020.
Tory, the prosecution argued, “showed a high grade of callousness” and “high degree of disregard for human life” when he allegedly attacked Megan in the grounds.
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