Tory Lanez returned on his 29th birthday to unleash the five-track 'We Outside' EP on Tuesday (July 27) featuring an assist from Kodak Black.
We Outside EP. The compact project is tightly packed with five tracks including the previously-released Grah Tah Tah featuring Kodak Black. Along with the EP hitting streaming services, the Canadian singer had a message for his haters and let them know he wont be holding his tongue anymore in 2021. Lastly .. I refuse to let anyone DIM my light or stop me from speaking my mind to the fullest . If u dislike my opinion this year thats u, he wrote to Twitter. Lastly .. I refuse to let anyone DIM my light or stop me from speaking my mind to the fullest . If u dislike my opinion this year thats u Tory Lanez (@torylanez) July 27, 2021 While not on the official lineup, Tory Lanez invaded Rolling Loud Miamion Sunday night (July 25) as a special guest during DaBabys set. The duo performed their latest collab SKAT. Baby drew criticism from social media for bringing Lanez out shortly after Megan Thee Stallion took the same stage hours prior. Lanez then took to Twitter again on Tuesday to downplay cancel cultures impact on his career with the fallout from the 2020 Megan Thee Stallion shootingin California still hanging over his head.