It wasn’t way back that Tory Lanez denied claims that his “Mucky James” monitor was written in reference to his ongoing courtroom battle with Megan Thee Stallion, however regardless, Thee Scorching Woman has seemingly shot again with a response of her personal, which made its debut throughout her Coachella set on Saturday night time.

As per TMZ, the “Large Ole Freak” hitmaker gave the group her all as she pulled out loads of classics from her repertoire earlier than pausing for a second to get some emotions off of her chest.

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Whereas she did not precisely drop any names, it is not laborious to guess who might have impressed her to pen the monitor. “This track could be very muthaf*cking private to me,” she instructed the group, “and it is ‘To Whom The F*ck It Could Concern.”

“I actually really feel like my women will f*ck with me on this one,” she went on moments earlier than telling the DJ to drop the beat and spitting about dissing dudes she was once concerned with, selling the concept she’s unbiased, and extra. 

It has been identified that considered one of Megan’s lyrics says one thing alongside the strains of “d*ck do not run me,” which might seek advice from a tweet despatched out by her Canadian former buddy surrounding their taking pictures scenario.

As you could keep in mind, Lanez was taken into custody earlier this month after a decide discovered him responsible of violating the protecting order Thee Stallion has towards him – learn extra about that right here, and tell us what you consider Megan’s unreleased track within the feedback under.