Megan Thee Stallion Is Suing Her Record Label Again
The artist has been requesting for ‘Something for Thee Hotties’ to be classified as an album.
The artist’s now-deleted post was of her responding to Crawford’s post, which is the title of an article that reads: “Megan Thee Stallion Files Request To Dismiss Lawsuit Against Label and J. Prince Without Prejudice.” Crawford said in his caption: “Only the real [H-Town] can relate. Now tell ‘em to run my bread dating all the way back from 2018.”
Stallion called him out and wrote: “This dude never [knows] wtf is going on with his business. The case that was dismissed against you was from when you [weren’t] trying to let me drop music … you and 300 [Entertainment] signed off and let me drop music so there is no case no more.” She added: “We are most definitely STILL IN COURT and YOU [ARE] STILL GETTING SUED BC YOU OWE ME MONEY!!!” I make money [because I am] Megan Thee Stallion! Grown *ss men wanna bully me and eat off my name and paint me out as a villain online [because] they know these bandwagon *ss haters gone eat this sh*t up!”
Despite her deleting her post, Stallion also commented on the issue in her Instagram Story and said “This mf got my accomplishments in that bio and aint contributed sh*t since 2018.” “Not studio time, not a music video, not a word of encouragement,” the next slide read.
According to recent court documents, the artist is accusing 1501 of “trying to keep her locked into her record deal by refusing to count a recent release as an ‘album,’” referring to Something for Thee Hotties. If the project were to be recognized as a record, Stallion would only be legally required to work on one more album under 1501 to “fulfill her contractual obligations,” as per Billboard‘s source.