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Megan Thee Stallion Slams ‘Grasping Ass Males’ After Label Lawsuit

Megan Thee Stallion Slams ‘Grasping Ass Males’ After Label Lawsuit

Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion’s file label drama continues.

1501 Licensed Leisure is suing the Houston rapper, alleging that her final venture, One thing for Thee Hotties, wasn’t really an album and doesn’t fulfill her contract.

In a countersuit, filed Monday and obtained by TMZ, 1501 contests that One thing for Thee Hotties, launched in October, was a compilation of previously-released materials. Again in February, Megan sued 1501 to declare that she had fulfilled her contract.

The label says the venture is “made up of 21 recordings and consists of spoken interlude recordings on which MTS doesn’t seem in addition to a number of previously-released recordings.” 1501 argues that the 45-minute-long venture solely incorporates 29 minutes of recent materials, not sufficient to qualify as an album below her deal.

In keeping with 1501, Megan is conscious that any album she makes should embrace at the least 12 “new grasp recordings of studio performances” which are beforehand unreleased. 1501 additionally claims to have approval of any music, which apparently didn’t occur with One thing for Thee Hotties.

Following the countersuit, Megan slammed 1501 and its founder, Carl Crawford, suggesting its all an try to hold her on the label.

“First the person over my label mentioned I don’t make him any cash … now he counter suing attempting to maintain me on his label as a result of he desires to make more cash lol if I ain’t making you no cash why not simply drop me?” she wrote.

She says her attorneys requested Crawford for an expense report and he listed his jewellery and chains. “Lord free me from this joke ass label,” she added whereas calling out the “grasping ass males.”

If a choose declares that One thing for Thee Hotties doesn’t depend as an album below her contract, Megan would owe the label two extra albums.

1501 can be searching for a full accounting of what Megan has earned from “collaborations, sponsorships, endorsements, and aspect engagements,” and needs a lower of that income, which it believes exceeds $1 million.

Earlier this month, Megan launched her new single “Sweetest Pie” that includes Dua Lipa, which debuted at No. 15 on the Billboard Sizzling 100.

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