Megan Thee Stallion has testified in court on the emotional events that occurred during the 2020 shooting.

Tory Lanez is now on trial for allegedly shooting Megan in the foot at a party at Kylie Jenner’s house in 2020.

Lanez may face up to 22 years in prison if convicted on all criminal counts.

The Texas-born musician detailed how the incident has left her with severe pain in her feet and added that recalling the shooting in public had been “torture”.

“I don’t want to be on this Earth,” Megan remarked during her statement.

“I wish he had shot and murdered me if I had known I would go through this pain,” she said.

Megan was driven to tears after narrating the circumstances of the July 2020 shooting when Kathy Ta questioned her.

Ta showed Megan video of her staggering out of a car onto the pavement, her feet wounded, as she sobbed.

“I can’t believe I have to come in here and do this,” Megan remarked while testifying.

Tory Lanez was subsequently detained for carrying a hidden firearm, and Megan went on Instagram live to claim he shot her.

He has yet to share his account of the incident, although he will most likely do so soon.

The trial is still ongoing.