"Yes ... Tory shot me," Megan said in a video on Thursday video.
When JoJo drops the deluxe version of her "Good to Know" album next week, one of her collaborators will be MIA: Tory Lanez.
The singer and rapper collaborated on the song "Comeback" with 30 Roc, which was released earlier this year. But following Megan Thee Stallion's allegations Lanez was the one who shot her in the feet last month, JoJo confirmed he won't be on the re-release.
The confirmation came after a fan tweeted, "Hey @iamjojo can we take Tory off your album in support of this beautiful, smart, talented black woman, @theestallion? I love you."
When another fan wrote, "I heard he's not gonna be on the deluxe version of the album," JoJo replied, "Def took him TF off."
She also retweeted a fan who praised the solo version of the song, which appeared on an acoustic version of the album -- and tagged Meg in response to another follower who said she should be on the track instead.
JoJo later tweeted, "what's right is right. period."
She says he opened fire after she left their vehicle following an argument involving everyone inside. As for why she initially stayed silent, she said, "I didn't tell the police nothing because I didn't want us to get in no more trouble."
He was previously arrested and charged with carrying a concealed firearm. According to TMZ, the L.A. County D.A. is now considering charging Tory with felony assault with a firearm.
So far, Lanez has not commented on any of the allegations.