Uh oh…entertainment reporters beware. Megan Thee Stallion and her attorneys are considering taking some sort of legal action against bloggers who designedly shared fake news about her and Tory Lanez’s shooting trial in order to paint the “Thot Sh*t” rapper as the infringer.
After accusing the “SKAT” spitter of shooting at her, Megan Thee Stallion has underwent substantial criticism from the media. She’s been painted as the aggressor in the incident, thence, accountable for her injuries. Other columnist have even said she lied about the shooting entirely. Alex Spiro, Stallion’s lawyer, remarked they’re “exploring all legal options” to battle disinformation about the physical assault case — which in layman’s terms, means they may sue some bloggers.
In May 2022, blogger Milagro Gramz posted a report from the LAPD in which a physician “confirmed” that the foot injuries Megan incurred were “due to stepping on glass.” The blogger’s post went viral, manifesting conspiracy theories that the “Captain Hook” rapper had lied about being shot. Jordan Siev, Stallion’s other attorney, said the team’s documented roughly a half a dozen tweets from Gramz referencing Stallion. Twitter confirmed locking the editorialist’s account for 11 hours after she had violated its policies.
Jason Lee, founder of Hollywood Unlocked, has too been accused of publishing bias pieces regarding Megan Thee Stallion after implying her behavior is what triggered the shooting. “Megan was drunk as hell and super aggressive, and she’s a big girl,” remarked Lee. “I’m telling you right now, she has a problem. I’m telling you right now whatever happened with her and Tory [Lanez], there’s more to the story. I’ve seen her in action. I’ve seen her be aggressive.”
Do you feel Megan Thee Stallion has every right to sue bloggers or were they simply doing their jobs?