Megan Thee Stallion has been waging legal war against her label 1501 Certified Entertainment. The contract dispute has parties 1501, Roc Nation and Stallion herself involved. While the suit has been ongoing since the last three years, it has been exhausting for all the parties involved.
1501 CEO Carl Crawford took to Instagram in order to let the fans know exactly how much time has passed since he’s been dealing with the legalities. Crawford stated in the caption that any “Up and coming indie Bosses and CEOs” should pay very close attention to the tactic.
Up and coming indie Bosses and CEO’s pay close attention to this cause this can easily be u one day ..They try and drain u with the court systems in hopes of u folding💯
Stallion challenged 1501 Certified Entertainment with the claim that her music was being held hostage. She had tried to renegotiate the terms of her concert, but the efforts did not manifest in any real change.
After a Texas federal judge had granted a temporary restraining order against 1501. Later on, Stallion signed with 300 Entertainment, and started working with Roc Nation management in September 2019.
Megan Thee Stallion threw accusations at Rap-A-Lot founder J. Prince of using tactics of intimidation. She sought over $1 million in damages in a lawsuit against 1501 Certified Entertainment. While the matter is no where near closing, both of the parties are still at it three years later.
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