Rapper Tory Lanez ran into "the Ops" yesterday - and he made him apologize. Tori, a Canadian rapper, accidentally ran into a Cali rapper named Dax, who recently created a "diss track" towards Tory.
And so Tory confronted the rapper, and forced him to "apologize" for creating the track.
Here's the video of Tory running down on the rapper.
But the rapper that Tory "forced" to apologize, doesn't seem like he was really "the Ops" after all.
The Cali rapper apologized to Tory 4 days ago on Instagram.
When Tory first learned about the "diss track" that Dax created, he reached out to Dax via DMs, and threatened him.
Dax responded to Tory's threats, "RAP IS A SPORT”. NOTHING PERSONAL. You said were the best. I DISSagree. I respect you my Canadian brother."
Tory Lanez is from Toronto, Dax the nation's capital Ottawa, and the diss record doesn't make too many personal allusions, even though it does reference Don Q and Joyner Lucas in its title. Out of name-calling, we've seen a window of opportunity open up for an indeterminate amount of time: Dax could be on his way up sometime soon.
Dear Tory Lanez
I love you dog
We from the same country
I didn't mean to do this to you
But you asked for it
And Dax always delivers
This is a sport
It's your move
By the way, this is that "diss" song that Tory obverted to:
Tory Lanez is a Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer. He received major recognition from the mixtape Lost Cause (2014) and the singles, "Say It," and "Luv", which peaked at number 23, and 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 respectively.
In 2015, Tory Lanez signed to Mad Love Records and Interscope Records.
Lanez released his debut studio album, I Told You on August 19, 2016. His sophomore album, Memories Don't Die was released on March 2, 2018. On October 26, 2018, Lanez released his third studio album, LoVE me NOw?.