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Kehlani Drops “Can I” Visual Celebrating Sex Workers + Says Tory Lanez Won’t Be Featured On Deluxe Album Version

Kehlani Drops “Can I” Visual Celebrating Sex Workers + Says Tory Lanez Won’t Be Featured On Deluxe Album Version

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The unconfirmed yet extremely controversial Tory Lanez and Megan Thee Stallion incident continues its saga.

As many Stallion fans andTwitter users took to social media this past Monday, to express their frustrations and down-right disdain for singer Tory Lanez, Bay area native Kehlani has come to defense and support of rapper Meg. Although concrete details still have yet to be confirmed about who shot Megan Thee Stallion in her feet, many have assumed that Lanez to be the suspect and his industry peers are fueling that speculation. For Kehlani, the singer quietly unfollowed Lanez on Instagram and now she has publicly addressed their “Can I” collab.

Taking to her Twitter account, Lani shared a message of “transparency” with her fans tweeting, “Full transparency cuz i believe in that with my following, his [Tory Lanez] verse is still on the song, the video is solo. new verse on the deluxe”. Although the ‘It Was Good Until It Wasn’t’-featured track originally has Lanez in a guest appearance, Kehalni notes that Tory cannot be removed from the already released album version but her forthcoming deluxe edition will highlight a new verse sans Lanez.

Lani also dropped an accompanying “quarantine style” visual directed by Sebastian Sdaigui and Hyphy Williams which pays tribute to sex workers and uplifting the movement. Kehalni also shared a message of women empowerment via her Twitter account as well.

Peep the new visual below!

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