Megan Thee Stallion has made a name for herself as one of today’s most accomplished hip-hop artists. Megan is often in the news, and this time she is the center of attention due to a dispute. Megan Thee Stallion recently sued Carl Crawford’s label over the project “Something For Thee Hotties.”
Carl Crawford and Megan Thee Stallion are still at odds. If fans have visited Thee Hot Girl’s Instagram page today, fans may have noticed a message she posted directed towards the owner of 1501 Certified Entertainment, who slung some shade and allegedly made some lies about her in his own post.
According to Complex, records released on Friday show that the rapper’s legal team at Holland & Knight said that the Houston native’s December release Something for Thee Hotties was not classified as an “album” that counts towards her “minimum recording commitment.”
“1501 wants to tie [Megan] down to release more albums under the Contract to the financial benefit of 1501. Contrary to 1501’s position, Something for Thee Hotties clearly meets the definition of ‘Album’ under the recording agreement because it is not less than 45 minutes in length.”
“There are no other parameters or requirements under the contract for what can be deemed an ‘Album’ other than the total run time of the album.”
“As such, Something for Thee Hotties satisfies her ‘Minimum Recording Commitment’ for the second option period of the agreement. To protect herself, her music, and her artistic choices, Pete has been forced to bring this action to seek a declaratory judgment to that effect.”
If Something for Thee Hotties is tallied, Crawford would only have one record remaining on her 1501 contract and another former artist, Kona Lisa, has spoken out, alleging Crawford dropped her when she demanded an expenditure report. Megan wrote to Crawford this morning.
“We are most definitely STILL IN COURT and YOU STILL GETTING SUED BECAUSE YOU OWE ME MONEY!!!”
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