Megan Thee Stallion says she’s closing the chapter on her Tory Lanez memories once and for all, now that he’s been served justice.
For the first and (supposedly) last time, Megan jotted down her thoughts in a new op-ed for Elle on Tuesday … lamenting the public humiliation she suffered, and her current road to recovery.
Megan says she’s no victim, but couldn’t ignore the trauma induced when Tory laughed, joked and pushed false narratives in the public ahead of their trial, which concluded last December with Tory’s conviction.
She called the shooting “her most traumatic experience” in her 28 years, and lashed out at unnamed players in the music biz who threw sneak disses at her … or accused her of lying about the shooting.
The “Savage” rapper says she hopes her words touch all past and future victims of traumatic experiences, and doesn’t plan on rehashing the shooting timeline any further … for the sake of her mental health.
Megan also thanked her most dedicated “Hottie” fans who showed up to court for moral support, and says she’s just been kicking it with her manager T. Farris and has banging new music fans will love.
The whereabouts of that new music is anyone’s guess, though. TMZ Hip Hop broke the story last week … Megan and her estranged label 1501 Certified Entertainment are currently battling over a bank account she says is being bled dry.