Tory Lanez says ‘cancel culture doesn’t exist’, trolls slam him as ‘already mediocre’

Tory Lanez logged into his Twitter account and shared two tweets claiming that cancel culture did not exist at all


                            Tory Lanez says ‘cancel culture doesn’t exist’, trolls slam him as ‘already mediocre’
Tory Lanez slammed for claiming ‘cancel culture doesn’t exist’ (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

Tory Lanez, who was most recently spotted with DaBaby at Rolling Loud Miami 2021 edition, took to his Twitter account on the occasion of his birthday and tried to cancel the cancel culture. The Canadian hip-hop artist was dragged on the micro-blogging site along with DaBaby when they both landed on Rolling Loud stage right after Megan Thee Stallion’s performance.

DaBaby was a close friend of Megan until he joined hands with her rival Lanez on the song ‘SKAT’ and soon things spiraled down between the two. They also ended up exchanging tweets in a heated argument over Tory Lanez. Now, the 29-year-old rapper logged into his Twitter account and shared two tweets claiming that cancel culture did not exist at all. In related news, he also dropped a brand new EP on his birthday titled ‘We Outside’
 
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Tory Lanez feels cancel culture doesn’t exist

The ‘Say It’ hitmaker, who has more than two million followers on his Twitter account, first took a dig at the cancel culture by dropping a subtle hint saying, “U can’t stand for something ... and be selective on the times you stand for it.” Then without wasting any time further, the rapper took a direct dig at the saying, “Cancel culture doesn’t exist .... it’s just a small group of ni**as on TWITTER ... tweeting at the same time”, followed by two laughing faces emoticons along with an emoji of a man shrugging his shoulders. His latest tweets quickly ensued chaos as many dismissed him again.

Speaking of the fallout between Stallion and Lanez, the former close pals were all over the news for their altercation after the latter apparently shot the female rapper in the foot in July 2020. Megan Thee Stallion apparently also took a jibe at Lanez on the song called ‘Shots Fired’ from her debut album ‘Good News’ whereas, Lanez also took potshots at her in couple of his earlier songs. Lanez’s recent surprise performance with DaBaby on their latest single ‘SKAT’ was criticised as it is believed that DaBaby got Lanez only to troll Megan Thee Stallion.



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

 

‘Cancel culture exists, depending on who it is’, says Twitter

As soon as social media users saw Tory Lanez’s tweets on the cancel culture, they did not hesitate at all to slam the rapper. One user stated, “If cancel culture don't exist y tf did u have to have dababy sneak u into rolling loud last night.” Another took Lanez’s side and tweeted, “Btw cancel culture @torylanez is officially uncancelled.” One, on the other hand, posted, “I don’t think I’ve ever seen cancel culture actually come out on top. Tory Lanez & Chris Brown still fine af” referring to their controversies concerned with degrading women.
 
The next user said, “Great now Tory Lanez is at the “Cancel Culture isn’t real” phase of this shindig. Glory y’all are predictable.” Meanwhile, one shared, “Thats what Im trying to understand about “cancel culture” … I thought it was about literally not paying attention to the artist and giving them more public attention. The industry literally runs on the attention of the masses, which keeps the artist relevant. Negative & positive.” Another individual said, “Cancel culture exists, depending on who it is. @ToryLanez hasn’t really been canceled, because his music is still doing solid numbers, and is booked all the time.”  One tweeted, “Lol I think it does though….. Chrissy Teigan is down bad. depends on how many people cancel you.” Another said, “lmaooo… you have literally 1 top 10 hit as a feature that peaked #2 over a year ago.. anything else you released flopped.. you’re right can’t cancel somebody who was already mediocre at best to begin with lol.. unoriginal and stealing flows.” While, one concluded, “Cancel culture are just twitter fingers mfz.”

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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