Rick Ross Trolls Tory Lanez Over Mini Car
Rick Ross is not done trolling Tory Lanez.
Last month, the Maybach Music boss called out the Canadian rapper following the release of his album DAYSTAR, on which he denies shooting Megan Thee Stallion. “Tory Lanez, poor decision brother, dropping that project, just out of respect for Breonna Taylor,” he said.
He also showed off a white Smart car and said he was gifting it to the 5’7″ rapper. “I got a gift for your album release, homie,” said the Bawse. “That’s you. Heard your shit just went double acrylic on DatPiff.”
But Tory hasn’t forgotten about the gift he was promised. “So like ….. are u ACTUALLY going to send me that smart car big fella?” he asked Ross on one of his Instagram posts.
An apologetic Rozay promised to deliver the car while taking a shot at Tory’s hairline. “I just got word Tory Lanez waiting on his mini car,” he said. “Well Tory, I apologize. I’m getting it wrapped for you. I gotta go tell the man that’s wrapping it to push the hairline back six inches.”
He then pulled up to the body shop that’s customizing the Smart car and told them to put a rush on it. “We gotta speed it up a little ’cause little man need the car and he say he need to get around,” he said. “And I f**k with little man. I like little man.”
Ross also promised to give Tory a second larger Smart car if he sells one million albums. “Get the numbers up little man,” he added.
After he was originally put on blast, Tory clapped back at Ross. Taking to Twitter, he said he marched for “9 days strait for Breonna Taylor” and questioned Rozay’s activism. He also told him to stop using Breonna’s name in posts where he is also endorsing products. “It’s a poor decision,” said Tory.
Since then, Tory has been charged with two counts of assault in the Megan Thee Stallion shooting. During a hearing earlier this month, a judge issued a protective order against Tory. He must remain at least 100 yards away from Megan and not contact her. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of 22 years and eight months in state prison.