Tory Lanez Gets 10-Year Sentence for Shooting Megan Thee Stallion
Canadian rapper Tory Lanez fate was sealed on Tuesday as he was handed a 10-year prison sentence, marking the culmination of a highly publicized legal battle that began over a year ago.
The 30-year-old artist, known by his legal name Daystar Peterson, was convicted for his involvement in the shooting of fellow musical sensation Megan Thee Stallion during a heated altercation in 2020.
The court’s decision comes after months of legal proceedings that captivated the entertainment world and ignited discussions about accountability and justice within the music industry.
Tory Lanez’s once-promising music career has taken a dramatic and somber turn as the rapper has been handed a 10-year prison sentence for his involvement in the shooting of fellow artist Megan Thee Stallion.
The verdict, delivered in a Los Angeles Superior Court, signifies a significant legal outcome and sends a clear message about the consequences of violence within the industry.