In 2020 during the lockdown and quarantine of the first wave of covid-19, Tory Lanez was a hot ticket on Instagram with his “Quarantine Radio” show. He was riding high with his new popularity until he got hit with charges surrounding the shooting of Houston rapper, Megan Thee Stallion, in the summer of 2020. Tory Lanez claimed his innocence on his Daystar album, but the Toronto artist still has his detractors of the alleged incident. On Tuesday night, speculation hit a new high after Tory cleared his Instagram page and told his fans, “It’s been real.”

It was surprising for his millions of followers on Instagram after Tory Lanez seemingly deactivated his page, and appearing to share a “Goodbye” message on Twitter.

“It’s been real,” he simply wrote to his followers which has sparked speculation that Lanez may be signaling his time as a free man may be up. “Guess who’s goin to jail tonight” was a popular comment under the tweet, quoting Kanye West‘s song “Jail.” Others are speculating that Tory is simply taking a break from social media after banking millions of dollars on his NFT endeavors, calling it quits for the rest of the year. Considering Tory’s recent one-on-one basketball game against Drake, some fans are joking and saying that Tory got smoked on the court and sent the tweet to close out the scrimmage session.