MEGAN THEE STALLION: Judge Sides With Meg
Written by KingCnote on March 6, 2020
Megan Thee Stallion’s label is doing everything possible to try and block her from dropping new music.
Earlier this week, she opened up about how 1501 Certified Entertainment has been holding her music hostage as she attempts to re-negotiate a one-sided deal she signed when first starting out. Meg filed a lawsuit against the label, which included a restraining order that would prevent 1501 from blocking her release of new music or speaking on her publicly. 1501 boss Carl Crawford filed a motion to dissolve the temporary restraining order, arguing that she had no right to take the label to court in the first place. He says she also violated by booking gigs on her own without label approval.
Early Thursday morning, the court ruled in Megan’s favor again. The judge rejected the label’s motion to dissolve the restraining order and gave Megan the all-clear to drop her project Suga (Friday). (TMZ)