Tory Lanez revealed in a recent Twitter question and answered that he has been sending Drake and The Weeknd some of his tracks for years.
However, none of his requests has been met with a response from the two. Despite the rejection, Lanez remained upbeat on social media, firing back at a critic who tried to shame him for the revelation.
Aside from music, rapper Tory Lanez’s schedule is jam-packed with lawsuits, including the high-profile case against Megan Thee Stallion.
Tory Lanez led a question and answered session on his Twitter account last night, asking his fans to comment on what they want to hear on his upcoming new album, “Sorry 4 What.”
A fan asked if he has any upcoming collaborations with fellow Canadians Drake or The Weeknd in one of the questions.
Tory Lanez responded directly to the question.
According to the “Daystar” rapper, he has sent music to both musicians for months. But he has failed to score a single goal.
According to HiphopDX, Drake and Tory Lanez had a bad start at the time. Nonetheless, their friendship was mended after the latter joined Drake on his “Assassination Vacation” Tour in 2019.
In terms of The Weeknd, the two have yet to interact publicly.
In an attempt to shame Tory, a netizen responded by telling Lanez that not getting a collab from either was embarrassing. Lanez delivered the perfect, assured response.
Neither Drake nor The Weeknd have responded to Tory Lanez’s claim about why they turned down or ignored the rapper’s request for a collaboration.
Tory had previously left encouraging words for himself and his “umbrellas,” as he refers to his Twitter followers.
He said in a tweet:
“Here’s the thing about being the underdog ………. As long as ur dope at what u do ….. u will eventually be on top ….. and nothing will stop me from being the GREATEST AND BIGGEST ARTIST IN THE WORLD ….. I put that on the umbrellas.”
Tory Lanez is on trial for allegedly shooting Megan Thee Stallion multiple times in the foot during a violent altercation in 2020.
The trial is supposed to begin on September 14, but Tory Lanez’s lawyer has asked the presiding judge to postpone it because he has potential commitment conflicts from another case.