A judge increased the bail for Tory Lanez in his ongoing case that alleged he shot rapper Megan Thee Stallion from $190,000 to $250,000. This time, he violated a protective order that has been in place for several months since the alleged shooting incident.
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Prosecutors dragged Lanez back into court after he came within 100 yards of Megan at the Rolling Loud music festival in July, The Shade Room reported. During DaBaby’s now-infamous performance, he brought out Tory in a baby suit that was interestingly taller than the both of them. Megan had just left stage. However, causing a violation of the order.
Prosecutors also accused Lanez and DaBaby of rushing, trying to rush the stage while Megan was still performing. The incident happened within days of the “Savage” rapper getting into a verbal sparring match on social media with the now hardly employable DaBaby.
There was speculation last week that Lanez’s bail would be increased, and prosecutors did not disappoint.
The judge in the felony assault case also warned that if Lanez was caught in violation of the order again, he would be remanded to jail. To more clearly delineate the parameters of the order, the judge modified conditions so that the 5-foot 3-inch entertainer cannot even attend events where Megan is.
When TMZ attempted to interview after leaving the courthouse, Lanez was smug and requested that they get him from his “good side.” There is no information on which side that is.
Lanez got an opportunity to see that fat meat is indeed greasy.
Last November, he pleaded not guilty to the charges, and his attorney filed a motion to allow him to speak publicly about the case because it is always a good idea to try your case in the media before you get your day in court.
A hearing is set for this fall.