Megan Thee Stallion appeared in court on the second day of the trial, expressing her emotions as she received support from a significant number of supporters in the public.
Megan entered the court of law on Tuesday, December 13th, in downtown Los Angeles. When asked how she’d been feeling, she gave an affirmative response. The recording artiste was also probed about her anxiety toward the upcoming trial.
Meg had some supporters as well, with a number of them waving banners and slogans while others wore shirts that read, “We stand with Megan.”
However, not everyone is on board with Megan. “Purple suit and Bob to boot? Oh yeah, that negro going under the jail,” someone said about a video of Megan entering the courthouse wearing a formal violet outfit.
As observed, the trial for the shooting incident began with both parties outlining what they claim occurred the supposed night Meg was shot and injured in the foot. Although lawyers for Tory had presented various possibilities, including the prospect that Kelsey and Meg fought that evening, prosecutors made it quite evident that Tory pulled the trigger.
Later, Megan Thee Stallion took the witness stand and gave the jurors a heartwarming testimony. “I can’t believe I have to come up here and do this,” Meg exclaimed at one point, seemingly distressed, before addressing Kelsey. Nicole and Tory Lanez had a confrontation, forcing her to leave the vehicle.
Meg claimed that as she began to move, Tory said, “Dance bitch,” and that she then observed him with the gun held at her before being wounded. Meg claims that around that moment, she began to experience trauma.
“Don’t say anything, and I’ll give you a million dollars,” She asserts that Tory then told her, mainly because he was released on parole. Megan also mentioned she never saw Kelsey with a gun.