Megan Thee Stallion Feels Like She ‘Said Enough’ on Clapback Track ‘Shots Fired’

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Megan Thee Stallion masterfully addressed the Tory Lanez shooting incident on her recently released debut album Good News with the blistering opener “Shots Fired.”

The song, which samples Notorious B.I.G.’s “Who Shot Ya?,” features fiery lyrics like, “You shot a 5’10” b—- with a .22 / Talkin’ ’bout bones and tendons like them bullets wasn’t pellets / A p—- n—- with a p—- gun in his feelings.”

In a new interview with Radio.com, Meg was asked if she felt that she properly expressed her side of the story on the track. “I feel like I said enough…,” she explained. “I don’t like to go back and forth. If I said something one time, that’s what it is, that’s what I said and I meant it, there’s no need for me to continue to go back and forth.”

“I am a rapper, and at the end of the day if you put something down on wax, I’mma do that too,” she continued. “So, you know, that’s what I had to do.”

Lanez allegedly shot Megan twice in the foot back in July, after the two were leaving a Hollywood party together. Lanez pleaded not guilty to a felony assault charge in the incident, and appeared to address the situation on “Money Over Fallouts” off his September album Daystar.

Watch the full Radio.com interview below.

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