Tory Lanez doesn’t appear to have a worry gene in his DNA — his trial for allegedly shooting Megan Thee Stallion was supposed to start Wednesday, but there was no concern on his face outside court.
We got him on camera Wednesday, entering and exiting the courthouse, and when we asked about his current mental state, Tory coolly replied he was “chilling.”
That level-headed response might’ve been due to the fact nothing really went down in court. The trial was postponed, yet again, partly because Tory’s lawyer is in the middle of another case.
The new trial date will be between November 28 and December 8.
Megan’s ex-best friend, Kelsey Harris, was also present at court and is scheduled to testify for the prosecution about what she saw that night. Remember, Kelsey was inside the SUV with Tory and Megan.
An LAPD officer testified in December 2021 that Megan initially reported her injury to be caused by broken glass, before later claiming the injuries in her feet came from Tory shooting her while yelling “dance, bitch dance.”
She’s explained that, in the moment, she was protecting Tory … fearing that if she told cops he had a gun — this was just a few weeks after George Floyd’s murder — the situation could get worse.
Tory’s facing one count of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and one count of carrying a concealed, unregistered weapon.
He’s pled not guilty, but if convicted, he could face up to 22 years in prison.