Megan Thee Stallion Revealed The Details Of The Alleged Tory Lanez Shooting To Gayle King In Her First TV Interview Since The Incident

    "I had never been shot at before."

    Descriptions of domestic violence follow.

    Megan Thee Stallion is speaking out about Tory Lanez, who is currently awaiting trial for allegedly shooting the rapper in the foot in 2020.

    Megan recently sat down for an interview with Gayle King for CBS Mornings that will air Monday — and in an excerpt shared this morning, she directly addresses the incident.

    Music megastar @theestallion sits down exclusively with @GayleKing for her first TV interview addressing the 2020 shooting allegedly involving rapper Tory Lanez, Monday on #CBSMornings. Tory Lanez pleaded not guilty to an assault charge related to the alleged shooting.

    @cbsmornings / Via Twitter: @cbsmornings

    In the interview, Megan says that the events that led up to the incident began with an "argument" because "I was ready to go, and everybody else wasn't ready to go."

    Megan poses for a picture in a backstage area

    "But that's, like, normal friend stuff. ... We fuss about silly stuff all the time," she added.

    Megan poses for a picture at an event

    "But I never put my hands on anybody. I never raised my voice too loud. ... It shouldn't have got this crazy."

    Megan poses on the Oscars red carpet

    After she got out of the car, Megan said, "Everything [happened] so fast."

    Megan poses for a photo

    "All I hear is this man screaming. And he said, 'Dance, bitch.' And he started shooting."

    Megan poses for a picture at a step-and-repeat

    "And I'm just like, 'Oh my God,'" Megan recalled, claiming that he fired his gun "a couple of times."

    Megan poses at a step-and-repeat

    Megan said that she "didn't want to move too quick" while Tory was allegedly shooting at her. "I'm like, 'Oh my God, if I take the wrong step, I don't know if he can shoot something that's, like, super important."

    Megan looks out while on stage

    "I don't know if he could shoot me and kill me."

    Megan holds the microphone

    "I was really scared, 'cause I had never been shot at before," she says at the conclusion of the clip.

    Megan poses at the Met Gala

    Watch the clip here. The entire interview airs tomorrow morning.

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