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JR Smith Fires Back At Tory Lanez Diss Over Megan Thee Stallion Defense

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By Ryan Naumann

NBA star JR Smith fired back at Tory Lanez’s dissing him on his new album.

Last night, Tory released his album Daystar where he raps about the situation with Megan Thee Stallion. On every track, Tory references the incident or the fallout. The rapper denies he shot Megan despite her publicly naming him as the shooter.

Back in August, weeks after the shooting incident involving Tory and Megan, JR spoke out in defense of Meg. He wrote on his social media, “This clown shoots a female an y’all listening to his music like its ok! TF @torylanez you a straight clown an tell who ever to hit my line it’s whatever.”

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On Daystar, Tory called out the NBA star, “"J.R. Smith, it's the pot that piss ... And you the last cat that should talk about some shots that hit. 'Cause your performance and percentage, player ... Rollin', ridin' benches, n***a, I'm from the trenches, n***a. You the type to buy a chick a eighty and ya still won't get a inch up in her."

JR quickly fired back writing, “broke boy talk” and "i got time today too! 🤣🤣," J.R. said. "bout to get real 🌶🌶" He continued, “There's more ... "He not even 30 stay in ya place lil ass boy. bust ya gun at a female you all types of 🤡"

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As The Blast previously reported, JR Smith isn’t the only celebrity coming to Megan’s defense after Tory dropped his “tone deaf” album.

KeKe Palmer wrote a lengthy note tearing Tory to shreds for making money off violence against a black woman. She wrote, “I’m probably going to delete later but I’m seeing stuff like everybody is seeing stuff and I really hate how Megan’s word isn’t enough for some of y’all. I know “we weren’t there” but it feels insensitive to exploit the details of your relationship with someone in an attempt to excuse your own behavior and gain popularity. It feels the opposite of accountable, almost seems narcissistic and I think toxic if we as a society say it’s okay. I don’t wish bad on anyone! People make mistakes and can grow from them. However, not at the expense of someone who was put in a victimizing situation. Idk .. It’s not my situation but I just wanted to say that cause I know how it can feel when people don’t believe you.”

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