Tory Lanez Bonds With His Son While in Prison

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Tory Lanez’s ten-year jail term isn’t strong enough to keep his growing son away. An insider claims that Tory’s son, Kai, has been visiting the facility for two weekends. Luckily, they have been able to bond over games and food. Here’s more.

Tory Lanez Bags Ten Years in Jail for Shooting Megan Thee Stallion

In August of last year, a Los Angeles judge concluded that Tory was guilty of shooting Megan Thee Stallion. The conflict began when the female rapper sued him for assault with a semi-automatic firearm. Megan alleged that he shot at her feet in 2020 while she was walking to her SUV. She had been a guest at Kylie Jenner’s house party. According to her, Tory also shouted the words, “Dance, bitch.”

The plaintiff requested a thirteen-year jail term for the defendant, but the jury instead sentenced him to ten years. Tory has now served four months, yet his absence from home hasn’t disrupted his connection with his son, Kia.

Tory Lanez’s Son Visits Him in Prison

Ceasar McDowell, a rapper’s legal team member who runs Unite, The People, informed TMZ that Tory’s heart had been warmed by seeing his son four times in a row. The visits to the California Correctional Institution Tehachapi were facilitated by an older relative who took Kia to see his dad.

Since his arrival at the facility four months ago, Tory hasn’t been able to give his son a proper Christmas celebration. However, he has had the opportunity to make up for it through these prison visits. They have played games, laughed, and shared meals together. The bonding time has lasted for approximately five hours during the weekends. So far, Kia has visited the prison four times on four consecutive weekends.

According to HotNewHipHop, Tory and his son are inseparable. Before the prison visits, they would talk to each other over the phone. Meanwhile, the rapper has made it clear that his son means the world to him. Remember that during the trial, Kia didn’t leave his dad’s side, as Tory made him attend some court sessions.

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