#Roommate things Megan you stallion And her record company 1501 Certified Entertainment is still very confused-according to reports, now Megan has contacted the court system for help. According to recent court documents, Megan Thee Stallion claimed that her record company prevented her from releasing a brand new song with the popular K-Pop duo BTS… She hoped the judge would intervene to correct the problem.
@TMZ_TV reported that Megan Thee Stallion reportedly took Legal way In order to obtain permission to release her latest song. She appeared in the remix of the BTS chart top song “Butter”-but according to her recent court filing, her record company is alleged to be doing everything possible to prevent her from releasing the song on Friday, August 27.
In court documents, Meghan said that 1501 certified entertainment company and record company owner Carl Crawford would not allow her to release the song because they believed it was not good for her career-and Meg believed that it would be The protagonist of international hits is precisely what she needs to expand her fan base. As a result, the document stated that in order for her to release the song, 1501 asked her to pay a six-figure amount and forced her to pay for their signature on the song’s release.
You may remember that we reported in March 2020 that Megan Thee Stallion sued her record company for the same issue of not releasing new music. At that time, after she went live on Instagram, she claimed in the lawsuit that certain executives of her brand were known for “bullying and using tough tactics.”
At the time, she also admitted that she signed her record contract when she was only 20 years old, and really didn’t know what she signed. According to reports, a judge in Harris County, Texas, sided with her and granted a temporary restraining order to help her record company prevent her from releasing new music.
As of now, representatives of 1501 Certified Entertainment have not publicly responded.
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