Video Leaks of Megan Thee Stallion Crying in the Ambulance After Getting Shot
More evidence that was shown to jurors in the Tory Lanez trial for the shooting of Megan Thee Stallion has leaked online including video of Megan crying in the back of the ambulance following the incident.
On Friday morning (Dec. 30), YouTuber Nique at Nite shared more exclusive video from the case. In one video, Megan Thee Stallion is laying on a stretcher in the back of an ambulance. The clip was derived from body-cam footage taken from one of the EMPs who treated the Houston rapper. The video shows Megan in tears and she can be heard crying throughout the duration.
A second video has audio of the moment the shots rang out. The sound bite was obtained from a nearby home's security system. You can clearly hear five back-to-back shots.
A third video leaked by Nique has audio from Kelsey Harris' September interview with the District Attorney, where she told prosecutors her side of the story, which included Tory threatening to shoot her during the argument in the SUV that sparked the shooting. She also admitted to seeing Tory shoot Megan. Harris recanted her statements in this interview while testifying during the trial despite being given immunity.
You can watch each clip at the bottom of this post.
The new videos comes on the heels of Nique leaking audio of Tory Lanez's jail call to Harris, last night (Dec. 29). In the clip, Tory profusely apologizes to Harris for what happened that night.
"Bruh, I know [Megan] prolly never, ever gonna talk to me ever again, but, I just want you to know, bruh, I was just so fuckin' drunk that I ain't even know what the fuck was going on," he admits.
He continues: "I ain't even know what the fuck was goin' on, like, deadass. I ain't never do some shit like that. I just... so fuckin' drunk, nigga, I didn't even understand what the fuck was going on. Regardless, though, that's not gonna make anything right, and it's not gonna make my actions right. I'm just deeply sorry, bruh. I never even move like that. I never move like that at all."
The apology recording was one of the deciding factors in the jury's decision, according to one journalist who covered the trial.
XXL has reached out to Megan Thee Stallion's team for comment.
Tory Lanez was found guilty of one felony count of assault with a semiautomatic firearm, carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle and discharging a firearm in a grossly negligent manner to cause bodily injury, following a nearly two-week trial. He is slated to be sentenced on Jan. 27, 2023 and faces up to 22 years in prison.