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Tory Lanez Says His Broke Leg Single Will Go Platinum In 10 Seconds

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Tory Lanez Says His Broke Leg Single Will Go Platinum In 10 Seconds

Tory Lanez Says His Broke Leg Single Will Go Platinum In 10 Seconds

Tory Lanez has set high expectations for his upcoming single “Broke Leg.” The outspoken artist predicts his Quavo and Tyga-assisted track will go platinum and do so in a matter of seconds.

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