Megan Thee Stallion is getting ready for hot girl summer, and it might be in court. Hot Girl Megan keeps breaking records left and right when it comes to music. But now, she is in a messy legal feud with her label.
Megan had sued 1501 back in February to declare the record fulfilled her contract. Megan Thee Stallion isn’t walking away from her record label without a fight. After Megan got in a heated war of words with her Houston record label, she dropped new allegations that the company.
The “Savage” rapper recently filed a lawsuit against for the second time in her career. She claimed that the label pulling an “unlawful” stunt to “chain” her to a contract she considers “unconscionable.” As a result, 1501 Certified Entertainment is countersuing.
According to docs, obtained by TMZ, the label says ‘Something’ is “made up of 21 recordings and includes spoken interlude recordings on which MTS does not appear as well as several previously-released recordings.” 1501 says there’s a mere 29 minutes worth of new material, and to them, that’s not enough to qualify as an album under her deal. If the judge rules in 1501’s favor, ‘Something’ wouldn’t count as an album under Megan’s contract and she would owe the label 2 more albums.
The record label is claiming her last “album” actually wasn’t an album. In addition to this, the label says that she owes them more recordings and a lot of money. The label’s countersuit, filed Monday, calls out Megan for her “Something for Thee Hotties” album release last year. The record label considers the album to be nothing more than a compilation of old, previously-released material.
We’ll have to see what’s going on next for Megan Thee Stallion and her legal issues. It seems that she is spending a lot of money on attorneys at this point.
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