Charlamagne Tha God believes Tory Lanez should be able to speak out publicly about his case without breaking his gag order.
“Once again. I don’t know when we’re going to realize, the things you do online can get you f*cked up offline,” he said on his Brilliant Idiots podcast.
“It’s real-life. We have to stop claiming that Twitter isn’t real life. It’s real life people… Stop letting these people gas y’all the f*ck up. These people don’t owe you any explanation.
They all looked at Lanez’s tweets and realized Lanez had actually addressed her directly. “You know what stinks?” The judge had no choice but to tell him. You know what you’re up to. He said, “You’re aware of what you’re facing.”
Lanez released “Mucky Jam” shortly after his arrest. This apparently touched on his case. In a tweet, the rapper denied that Lanez was talking about Meg.