The rapper passionately responded on Twitter to false reports that the charges against Lanez in connection with a July shooting were dropped.
On “Good News,” the rapper has run out of f**ks to give.
The rapper was told to return for a hearing Jan. 20 and ordered to not make any kind of contact with Megan Thee Stallion.
“We deserve to be protected as human beings,” the rapper writes in a powerful New York Times opinion piece.
The Canadian rapper is facing a felony assault charge for the July shooting of the "WAP" singer.
Megan Thee Stallion demanded that audiences “protect Black women” during her “Saturday Night Live” performance of “Savage.”
The "WAP" rapper was shot in the feet after a party in the Hollywood Hills over a month ago.
The rapper was injured over the weekend during an altercation at a Los Angeles house party.