Canadian rapper, Tory Lanez, has taken to his Instagram page to explain how he got banned from two Instagram accounts.
When the global lockdown commenced and most people resorted to their homes, several artists decided to become more creative by entertaining their fans on social media.
Tory Lanez is one of such talented artists who have taken this period to keep their fans entertained and thrilled from the comfort of their homes. The Canadian rapper established a Quarantine Live IG radio that instantly became popular.
The Instagram account that hosted the quarantine radio got banned because it did not comply with the standards set by the Instagram community. Tory Lanez, who expressed his disappointment on social media, decided to create another Instagram account. However, he got banned again.
The quarantine radio session involved sound clashes, celebrity cameos, twerk contests, and so on.
Tory Lanez took to Instagram to express his disappointment over getting banned again.
This is crazy at this point, my n***a. I had 350k live. Instagram cut me off, my n***a. I made a whole brand new page n***as ain’t never heard of. The Quarantine Radio. I just got to a hundred thousand. Instagram shut me off. At this point, I don’t know what y’all want from me. I’m sorry.
Check out Tory’s post:
The ‘Chixtape 5’ rapper recently celebrated his accomplishment as his Instagram Live session with the ‘Keke’ hitmaker, Drake, broke a record. It ranked as the live session with the highest viewers as over 310,000 viewers tuned into the Live session.
Tory Lanez has also featured notable artists including Chris Brown, Timbaland, DMX, and Megan Thee Stallion on his ‘Quarantine Radio.’
In other news, Tory Lanez has entertained his fans once again with a new song titled ‘Who Needs Love.’
The hit track is culled from his upcoming studio album titled ‘The New Toronto 3.’ The highly-anticipated will be released on the 10th of April, 2020.
The Canadian rapper has released a great visual for his new song and it is definitely a song that you vibe to during the quarantine.