Megan Thee Stallion, the popular rapper, has successfully resolved her legal battle with her previous record label, 1501 Certified Entertainment.
They both agreed to a confidential settlement, and it’s been confirmed that Megan won the case.
The CEO of 1501 Certified Entertainment, Carl Crawford, expressed his satisfaction with the outcome.
He said they decided to part ways after coming together to discuss their legal issues. He also wished Megan all the best in her future endeavors.
He believes this experience can teach us all about reconciliation in the world of hip-hop and pop culture.
Megan shared in October that she’s planning to finance her next project on her own. She wants to do things independently, without signing up with a new record label. This is a significant step for her.
The legal problems began a while ago when Megan accused her previous label of preventing her from releasing new music.
This was because of disagreements about her contract. After receiving a temporary restraining order, she was able to release her EP “Suga.”
Then, in 2022, she asked for $1 million from the label, claiming her album releases met her contract obligations.
This legal dispute continued when Megan said the label tried to stop her song “Her” from being used for promotions during the American Music Awards.
Thankfully, Megan was granted a temporary restraining order to use her music for promotional purposes leading up to the AMAs.
In the end, this resolution allows Megan Thee Stallion to move forward with her music career without these legal issues holding her back.