Tory Lanez brutally trolled for collaborative album with Chris Brown: ‘That's domestic violence the musical’
The ‘Say It’ hitmaker recently sat for a video interview after performing a virtual concert for his album ‘Playboy’ and spilled the beans on his new project with Chris Brown
Despite all the controversies, rapper Tory Lanez continued releasing his music independently in 2020 and he is planning to do the same this year. The Canadian singer-songwriter most recently announced that he will be dropping new music but there is a little twist to the story. Well, Lanez is all set to release a collaborative album with R&B star Chris Brown.
The ‘Say It’ hitmaker recently sat for a video interview with DJ Carisma after performing a virtual concert for his album ‘Playboy’. He spilled the beans on his upcoming project with Brown. The two had joined forces on the song ‘Feels’ in February 2021 which proved to be quite a hit among the listeners. However, the idea of a full-length collabortative project did not go down well with the social media users as many made fun of them saying Lanez and Brown’s album will probably focus on misogyny.
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‘We gon’ drop a little capsule together’
Speaking about the upcoming project with Brown, Lanez told DJ Carisma, “Me and Chris, we gon’ come out with another project too. We gon’ drop a little capsule together. Me and Chris gon’ do a capsule too.” Apart from ‘Feels’, Lanez and Brown also collaborated on songs like ‘Flexible’ and ‘The Take’ earlier. The 28-year-old Canadian rapper has been teasing his project since 2018 but fans never really got any update on the same until now.
However, in 2019, Lanez told hip hop website Rap-Up that he and Brown had recorded 9-10 tracks. “We could damn near put out a project right now if we wanted to. When me and Chris work, we just work mad fast.” Apart from this big announcement, Lanez also revealed that he is also going to join hands with Yung Bleu and DaBaby on a different project.
'Power of misogyny in one album'
Both Tory Lanez and Chris Brown have made headlines concerned with their ill behavior with women in the past. While Brown was in news for allegedly beating up Rihanna in the year 2009, Lanez raised eyebrows when he apparently shot Megan Thee Stallion in the foot after they got into an altercation in 2020. Now, keeping in mind the same, a lot of social media users stormed Twitter to make fun of both the artistes of how their yet untitled collaborative project will be about beating women.
Speaking on the same lines, one user said, “Chris Brown and Tory Lanez making a joint album together is wild.” Another tweeted, “Tory Lanez and Chris brown are creating a new R&B group called misogyny’s child.” One user added, “I Beat Women for Sport is the name of Tory Lanez and Chris Brown's upcoming project.” The next one posted, “TORY LANEZ AND CHRIS BROWN COLLAB??? they rounding up all the women haters huh.” Other person shared, “Tory lanez and chris brown making an album?? That's domestic violence the musical.” One echoed similar sentiments and asserted, “Chris Brown and Tory Lanez making a joint project. Mfs merging the power of misogyny into one album.” Another user concluded, “Tory Lanez & Chris Brown coming together to make an album called “Anger Incorporated” tf?”
Chris Brown and Tory Lanez making a joint album together is wild 😂— Wardlow_Tho 🌚😈 (@KreativeKidd93) May 2, 2021
Tory Lanez and Chris brown are creating a new R&B group called misogyny’s child— comedianwasalu 🇵🇸 (@comedianwasalu) May 2, 2021
I Beat Women for Sport is the name of Tory Lanez and Chris Brown's upcoming project— TGA | FireKing (@FireKing__) May 2, 2021
TORY LANEZ AND CHRIS BROWN COLLAB??? they rounding up all the women haters huh— Lauren (@laurenghoward19) May 2, 2021
Tory lanez and chris brown making an album?? That's domestic violence the musical— Marcelo Guzman (@MarceloGuzman08) May 3, 2021
Chris Brown and Tory Lanez making a joint project. Mfs merging the power of misogyny into one album— Teddi (@moco_teddi) May 2, 2021