Tory Lanez found guilty

The assault on the rapper Megan Thee Stallion was found to have been committed by the singer and rapper Tory Lanez.

On December 23, the Canadian artist was found guilty of all charges in a Los Angeles courtroom.

The incident on July 12, 2020, when the rappers left Kylie Jenner's house in Los Angeles for a pool party led to a dispute that led to the charges.

Lanez, whose real name is Daystar Peterson, faced three felony charges during his trial; assault with a semi-automatic weapon, carrying a concealed, unregistered weapon, and negligent firearm discharge.

After an argument in a vehicle leaving the party spilled out onto the street around 4 a.m., Peterson, 30, was accused of shooting Megan Thee Stallion, whose real name is Megan Pete, in the feet.

After hearing arguments from both the prosecution and the defense in a high-profile trial that lasted for the past two weeks and came right up to the Christmas holiday weekend, a jury of seven women and five men deliberated for two days in Los Angeles Superior Court.

The jury and members of the public witnessed emotional testimony from the victim herself, unexpected alterations to testimony, and a variety of interpretations of the case's hard evidence during the final two weeks of witness and expert statements.

Megan Pete was one of the primary names required the arraignment, and she gave her record of the attack, highlighting Peterson in court as the shooter. The Houston rapper also talked about how these events and the assault have affected her career and life over the past two and a half years. Pete talked about how some people in the "big, boys' club" of the music industry doubted him on a regular basis and made fun of him. He also talked about how he was called a slut and threatened online.

I am unable to converse with others for an extended period of time. I don't really feel like I want to be here. "If I knew I would have to go through this torture, I wish he would have just shot and killed me," Pete, 27, told the jury members through tears.