Will Megan Thee Stallion Forgive DaBaby? Rapper Claims No Ill Feelings Amidst Public Fallout

The ongoing feud between DaBaby and Megan Thee Stallion has been a hot topic in the music industry. Recently, DaBaby opened up about the situation, claiming that he holds no grudges toward Megan. With talks of a possible collaboration on the horizon, many may wonder if Megan will be willing to forgive and forget or if their relationship is beyond repair.

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According to TMZ, DaBaby has stated that he holds no ill feelings towards Megan Thee Stallion following their public falling out that played out in their respective rap lyrics. When questioned about the possibility of repairing their relationship through new music, DaBaby appeared optimistic during a chance encounter in Beverly Hills.

Recently, Megan spoke out for the first time since Tory Lanez’s guilty verdict, expressing her frustration towards those who abandoned her during her difficult time. Though she did not mention anyone by name, it’s presumed that DaBaby may have been one of those individuals.

DaBaby and Megan Thee Stallion have collaborated on several successful songs, including “Cry Baby” in 2020, which was certified platinum. However, their relationship became strained when DaBaby publicly supported Tory Lanez when he was arrested for allegedly shooting Megan.

Moreover, DaBaby appeared to have taken jabs at Megan on his latest album. Nevertheless, he expressed hope that Megan is open to moving past their differences. However, until their relationship is mended, it remains to be seen whether this will be a reality.

In addition, DaBaby also shared that he holds no grudges against Tory Lanez. Nonetheless, due to Tory’s current incarceration, he has been unable to communicate with him directly due to his current incarceration.

Megan Thee Stallion Breaks Silence On Tory Lanez Incident

Recently, Megan Thee Stallion opened up about her traumatic experience with Tory Lanez, marking the first time she has spoken publicly since the trial. In the interview with ELLE, Meg emphasizes the importance of believing women and supporting survivors of assault.