Tory Lanez had the most popular show on Instagram Live and now it’s gone, temporarily. After peaking with over 350,000 viewers, Instagram shut down Lanez’s popular Quarantine Radio show on Tuesday (April 7).
The Toronto native is blocked from using Instagram until April 14. “I can’t go on right now they won’t let me… they [don’t] want me to win damn b,” Lanez captioned an Instagram post detailing the weeklong digital quarantine.
He also encouraged fans to spread the hashtag #FreeTory until he’s allowed back on Instagram Live.
Although Lanez created a separate Quarantine Radio account, the plan to hop back on Instagram Live was abruptly foiled after reaching 100,000 viewers, he explained in a follow-up post.
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Over it’s short but memorable run, Quarantine Radio welcomed a long list of guests including Drake, Timbaland, Chris Brown, DMX, T-Pain, and a bunch of NSFW content.
In other news, Lanez apologized on Tuesday for a year-old tweet calling himself the “best rapper alive right now.” But it appears that he may have had a change of heart as he apparently deleted the apology and added a promo for his forthcoming The New Toronto 3 mixtape out later this week.
HOWEVER ….. THE NEW TORONTO 3 COMES OUT IN 2 DAYS …… AND I AM SPITTING ON THAT !!!!!!!! 😈🔥😈🔥😈🔥😈🔥😈
— Tory Lanez (@torylanez) April 7, 2020