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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 02: Rapper / Actor 50 Cent attends the Starz FYC Day at The Atrium at Westfield Century City on June 02, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

As we previously reported, Megan Thee Stallion recently took to social media to speak out about her recent shooting incident involving Tory Lanez. According to XXL, the Houston rapper went on Instagram Live on Monday (July 27), and talked about her decision to not share explicit details about what transpired.

“I wasn’t protecting anybody, I just wasn’t ready to speak,” Megan said. “That’s not no s— you just immediately get on the internet and start talking about and that’s a lot of y’all muthaf—in’ problem. Y’all take y’all whole life to Instagram and Twitter and make it a f—in’ diary and that’s not me. So, f— y’all and them fake a– blogs and y’all fake a– sources and my fake a– friends.”

On Monday (July 27), 50 Cent took to Instagram to apologize to Megan Thee Stallion for sharing a meme that joked about her shooting incident. The rapper and producer shared a clip from Megan’s Instagram Live session and apologized in his caption.

“Damn I didn’t think this s— was real, It sounded so crazy @theestallion I’m glad you’re feeling better and I hope you can accept my apology,” he wrote. “I posted a meme that was floating around. I wouldn’t have done that if I knew you were really hurt sorry.”

During Megan’s Instagram Live session, she also got emotional while talking about the loss of her parents and cultivating friendships to fill the void of her parents’ absence. “Imagine being 25 and you don’t have both of your parents,” Meg continued. “My mama was my best friend and I’m still really not over that. So, you kinda try to fill your space with a bunch of people that you think making you happy. Like, it’s a lot.”

Megan also said that she’s healthy and that’s she’s thankful that the bullets that hit her and injured her foot didn’t hit any bones or tendons. Check out the Instagram Live session below. Megan references the shooting incident at the 3:15 mark.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.