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Megan Thee Stallion Shares Death Threat She Received Amid Tory Lanez Trial

“This is the type of s*** I get online and see every day,” she wrote in an Instagram Story post.

The ongoing social media feud between Megan Thee Stallion and Tory Lanez has taken an alarming turn. On Friday (Feb. 25) the “Flamin’ Hottie” rapper took to her Instagram story to show her fans that she has received death threats.

According to HipHopDX, an IG account reportedly called @megantheestallionsbiggesthater posted and tagged the Grammy Award-winning artist saying that she “needs to be shot and killed.”

Reacting to the post, Meg took a screenshot and uploaded to her social media and wrote that “this is the type of s***” that she sees when she gets online every day.

RELATED: Megan Thee Stallion Responds After Tory Lanez Says He’s Innocent In Instagram Livestream

BET previously reported that Lanez was scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday (Feb. 23) for the 2020 shooting incident in the Hollywood Hills that left Megan shot in the foot.

The court date has since been pushed to April.

The “Say It” artist also took to his Twitter account the same day with a subliminal message reportedly referring to Megan, calling her a liar.

“U can’t buy and tweet your way out of this one ... not today,” he wrote.

To which Meg swiftly responded on her Instagram account in a now-deleted post with alleged text messages from Lanez, TMZ notes.

“Lie yo way out of this … if you aint do s*** what you was apologizing for? THEY GOT YOU RECORDED ON THE JAIL PHONE TALKING TO KELSEY APOLOGIZING BEGGING US NOT TO TALK,” she captioned her post.

Media personality DJ Akademiks also attempted to post a false update about the court case in a now-deleted tweet claiming that the Canadian rapper’s DNA wasn’t found on the gun allegedly used to shoot the Houston rapper in the foot.

As Akademiks’ tweet started to go viral, Meg headed to her Instagram story to express her frustration about “false narratives.”

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Tory Lanez’s next court date is set for April 5.

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