Is Tory Lanez OK? Rapper says he 'almost died' in car crash, Internet calls it 'fake accident'

Tory lanez showed the shocking pictures of the Uber car he was riding on his Instagram but many said he was lying


                            Is Tory Lanez OK? Rapper says he 'almost died' in car crash, Internet calls it 'fake accident'
Tory Lanez has been under fire ever since he was charged with shooting Megan Thee Stallion last year (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Rapper Tory Lanez revealed on Thursday, June 24, that he "almost died" in a car accident while he was riding an Uber. The incident took place on June 24 morning. He showed the shocking pictures of the wreckage on his Instagram.

Daystar Peterson, who goes by the name Tory Lanez, revealed on Twitter that he was in an accident and said that "it almost felt like someone knew to crash into us". He followed up with a second tweet that said, "Strange." He also posted footage of the wrecked car on his Instagram.

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Tory Lanez shows the smashed car (Instagram @torylanez)

In the video, Lanez could be heard saying, "Almost just died, we got in a car accident in a f**king Uber, look at that, oh my god." The artist has been under fire ever since he was charged with shooting Megan Thee Stallion last year. He allegedly fired shots at Megan Thee Stallion’s feet during an argument. Lanez faced two felony charges in connection to the shooting, assault with a semiautomatic firearm and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle. Lanez pleaded not guilty back in November. There has been a lot of drama between Lanez and Megan since the shooting incident last year and both the parties have spoken about their innocence with their fans on several occasions.

Tory Lanez attends day two of the 2018 BET Awards Radio Remotes on June 23, 2018, in Los Angeles, California (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for BET)

'Faking accidents for clout'

While some fans expressed concern for him, others mocked him for 'faking a car accident'. One user wrote, "Faking accidents for clout." Another tweeted, "Did you talk to the freakin driver that hit y’all to see who they were? Why would anyone risk killing themselves to kill you ?" One tweet read, "Bro... You got in a fender bender. U tryna hype that up. Chill. Sound like Mike Tyson 'I broke my back!' ass!"



 



 



 

Lanez's fans, on the other hand, were more than happy to see him well and good. One fan commented, "The Almighty has you covered brother...no weapons formed against you shall not prosper!" Another wrote, "Take the day off and be with your family. Being in a car accident can be very traumatic." Another fan tweeted, "Bro god bless you... We can’t lose you. Hope everyone’s good."



 



 



 

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