Tory Lanez’s Former Assistant Visits Him In Prison: ‘Spirit So High & Energy So Great’

Tory Lanez‘s former assistant, Ray Written, has provided an update on the incarcerated rapper’s mindset.

On Saturday (December 17) Lanez’s right-hand man took to Instagram where he shared that the Canadian rapper — who was sentenced to 10 years in the clinker after he was found guilty of shooting hip-hop star Megan Thee Stallion — is in high spirits.


“Went to visit my brother yesterday, man had the freshest cleanest air forces I ever seen. Spirit so high & energy so great. We standing with you Forever, you’ll be home soon [umbrella emoji],” he wrote, alongside a snapshot of the pair posing in front of a muraled wall with Tory bearing a large grin.

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The news comes shortly after a bombshell claim made by Lanez’s bodyguard and driver Jaquan Smith, who, while he did not testify during the trial, allegedly submitted a legal document in support of the rapper’s appeal.

In his statement, Smith said he “did not see who shot the weapon” but claimed that he witnessed Tory trying to wrestle the gun from Kelsey Harris, Megan Thee Stallion’s former friend and assistant, before the shots rang out.


Harris had previously claimed that Lanez shot Megan, before largely taking the Fifth Amendment when she was called to testify.

The allegations led Lanez to ask a judge to vacate his 10-year prison sentence for shooting Meg. And so, the “Say It,” rhymer hired new legal representation, who petitioned for a re-sentencing regarding his conviction, according to court reporter Meghann Cuniff.

Megan Thee Stallion Denies Kelsey Harris Shot Her After Tory Lanez Bodyguard's Claims

Megan Thee Stallion Denies Kelsey Harris Shot Her After Tory Lanez Bodyguard’s Claims

The filing contains several other arguments, including a request that Tory’s “childhood trauma” be considered by the appellate court and that his status as a non-American citizen who now faces deportation to Canada counts as discrimination.

The petition will be considered at the same time as the rapper’s appeal, with an opening brief scheduled for December 26.


It is unlikely the court will rule on the matter for many months.

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