As many in the country are still reeling and calling for the protection of Black women following the disappointing verdict announcement of the Breonna Taylor, Tory Lanez opted into an untimely album release where he addressed the shooting incident with Megan Thee Stallion, called out other Black women in the industry, and argued his innocence.
Among the many issues that Tory addressed in Daystar, he called out rappers Dreamdoll and Asian Doll on the track "Sorry But I Had To..." featuring Yoko Gold, to which both artists have since responded to.
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