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Megan Thee Stallion is not letting a bad record contract or her label reps intimidate her and her rising rap career.
Megan recently revealed to her Hot Girl Gang that her label 1501 Certified Entertainment was not happy when she asked to renegotiate her contact that she signed a few years back at the age of 20. Confessing that she really didn’t read through the fine print, Meg feared that she wouldn’t be able to release any new music at the hands of her label and exec Carl Crawford.
According to TMZ, Megan has now taken some things into her own hands and went on to file suit against 1501 and Crawford. Claiming that her contact is now blocking her from releasing new music, a district judge in Harris County Texas granted Meg a temporary restraining order which prevents her label from halting new music she plans to drop at the end of the week. As Meg’s current contact calls for all money from the stallion’s touring and live performances, the Houston hottie says the label hasn’t provided her with proper accounting of what she’s owed.
Meg is suing Carl and 1501 Certified Entertainment for at least $1 million in damages.
Super Producer Hitmaka was stopped by TMZ and added his two cents on the matter saying that Meg should have known what she was getting into when she signed her first contact.
Hopefully Meg can get this label situation handled ASAP because we definitely need all the new Meg heat she’s working on AND that debut album!