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Megan Thee Stallion: “Fans can expect new music when I’m in a better place”

Megan Thee Stallion is taking some time away from music for herself, the rapper revealed during a new interview with InStyle. When asked by the magazine when she would return with new songs, Megan responded: “Fans can expect new music when I’m in a better place,” adding that she is “focused on healing” at the moment.

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Tory Lanez's Appeal for a New Trial Rejected by Judge
Tory Lanez's appeal for a new trial, almost four months after he was found guilty of assault with a semiautomatic firearm, discharging a firearm with gross negligence and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle.The rapper's lawyers filed a motion for a new trial on March 29, arguing that he was deprived of a fair trial. His sentencing date has not yet been revealed.The case continues more than two years after Megan Thee Stallion, whose real name is Megan Pete, accused the rapper of shooting her in the feet as they were leaving a party in July 2020.According to reporting by Jose Baez and Matthew Barhoma cited multiple grounds for the appeal, including a claim that the judge «erroneously allowed» jurors to view a September 2020 Instagram post from Lanez's personal account claiming Megan's now-estranged best friend, Kelsey Harris, was not the shooter.The motion also alleged that the prosecution interfered with Lanez's right to counsel with a line of questioning to Harris, a key witness, regarding accusations that Lanez tried to bribe Harris. In September 2022, Harris had a lengthy interview with investigators, but backtracked parts of her testimony during the trial, citing anxiety and postpartum depression for her inconsistency. Baez reportedly claims prosecutors used a photo showing Lanez's chest tattoo of a firearm to insinuate to the jury that the rapper has a fondness for guns and «impermissibly chilled» his right to testify by ruling that if he testified, the state could introduce his rap lyrics and a music video under cross-examination.In response, the prosecution said the motion lacked substance and the guilty verdict should stand, according to NBC News.
Tory Lanez writes open letter to LA District Attorney demanding new trial in Megan Thee Stallion shooting
Tory Lanez has shared an open letter in which he asks for a new trial after he was found guilty of shooting Megan Thee Stallion in July 2020.The rapper’s lawyers Jose Baez and Matthew Barhoma filed a motion for a new trial last month, citing multiple grounds for re-trial in paperwork seen by Rolling Stone. Among the arguments is a claim that the judge in the trial, which wrapped last December, barred a fair trial by “erroneously” allowing jurors to view a social media post in which it was alleged that Thee Stallion’s now-estranged best friend Kelsey Harris was not the shooter.Now, Lanez has had his own say on the matter. The letter, addressed to Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, makes several accusations against Deputy District Attorneys Kathy Ta and Alex Bott, including the allegation that they unlawfully misused their authority to “hide and suppress any and all exculpatory evidence that exonerates me, or furthers my innocence”.The motion Lanez’s lawyers filed made no reference to any notion of withholding evidence.A post shared by FARGO’S CRAZY LIFE (@torylanez)“Dear George Gascón, I write this message with the utmost humility, love and respect for the remarkable stance you’ve taken in regards to fighting for the justice of Black and Brown minorities,” the letter began.“Today I take a stance as an innocent Black man, wrongfully convicted of a crime I did NOT commit.
CMT Awards Winners List and Gallery: Jelly Roll and Lainey Wilson Win Big; Megan Thee Stallion and Shania Twain Stun on Red Carpet
Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic A couple of members of a fresh generation of country music — Jelly Roll and Lainey Wilson — came away as the top victors at Sunday night’s CMT Music Awards, broadcast live from Austin for the first time. But the biggest winners may have been CMT and CBS, putting the three-hour telecast on the map as a show packed with enough performance firepower that it does merit having made the move from a cable platform to major broadcast premiere as of last year. However much the official winners may delight a core country crowd happy to see young radio and streaming favorites get rewarded, the big draw for the CBS audience was likely a series of collaborations between country stars and their pop or rock counterparts, as has been the custom for years on the rival CMA Awards. Most notable were the all-female collabs that had Carly Pearce dueting with Gwen Stefani on No Doubt’s “Just a Girl,” or Alanis Morissette trading lines with a slate of young female artists that included Lainey Wilson, Ingrid Andress, Morgan Wade and Madeline Edwards. The all-star teamings spread to those who presented, too, with Megan Thee Stallion providing the most enthusiastic introduction imaginable for “my new besty,” Shania Twain.