Uh Oh! Megan Thee Stallion’s Label MAY Block Her New Music Releases With Court Order

Published: Wednesday 4th Mar 2020 by Rashad

Just a day after taking to press to slam Megan Thee Stallion and the Texas federal judge who granted a temporary restraining order against him (as we reported here), 1501 Certified Entertainment CEO Carl Crawford is taking to the courts as well in an effort to reverse the tide.

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Carl Crawford just filed a motion to dissolve the temporary restraining order Megan got earlier this week – which allowed her to drop new music on Friday (March 6). However, the label says she had no right even taking them to court in the first place.
According to the docs, Crawford says Megan’s contract stipulates all disputes between her and the label must be handled in arbitration. Coincidentally, this is the very contract Megan complained was one-sided and unfair when she signed it as a naive 20-year-old.”
The court documents also reassert 1501 Certified’s contract clause that states the rapstress cannot release new music without express label approval.  As said contract – though challenged – is still valid, Crawford is looking to exercise his contractual right to control distribution of her music.  The move, if approved, would impact her previously announced effort due March 6 (click here to read more).
A Texas judge is expected to render a decision on the emergency court order today (March 4).

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  1. Jaquala Fletcher March 4, 2020

    This bout to get ugly. Meg better just do appearances and try to buy herself out. Sometimes you gotta learn a hard lesson in life to make better decisions

  2. Ugghh March 4, 2020

    Didn’t you guys just report yesterday that he said he didn’t try and block Meghan from releasing new music?!?

    So what is the truth?

    Men are trash!

    • Missy March 4, 2020

      read! he said he didn’t try to block her music when she made it public.
      this, however, is a different story birthed from the same topic. since she went to sue them they are now able to block her from releasing music without their approval all because of the contract she signed. don’t trash men and put them in a category just because you’re unable to understand what you read.

      • Ugghh March 4, 2020

        That is my point!!!

        Oh my god. Y’all always trying to come for someone. Comprehend my point. Why try and block her music now if it wasn’t your intention.

      • biancacook March 4, 2020

        @ugghh they’re blocking it now because she breached contract by filing lawsuit that ruled in her favor. she was supposed to settle things through arbitration not litigation. In arbitration the coulda came up with some type of solution. like he said her idea of negotiating was strong arming using jay lawyers this is a set up to take her as an artist plain and simple. not everyone folds for mr carter only weak ones and the ones that will do anything for a dollar. like the man said let jay show one of his artists first contracts and compare them.

  3. Only Facts March 4, 2020

    He looks like he can’t even read in that pic. But Meg, you’re f*cked! You have made yourself the 2020 version of what JoJo was in the early 2000’s. In ten years, you’ll finally be out of your contract, and unfortunately, we will have moved on (sadly, how the world treats the talented JoJo). Ugh. MEG I CAN’T BELIEVE YOU GOT YOURSELF INTO THIS!

    • Dc March 4, 2020

      He read his 147 million baseball contract ha ha ??????????

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  4. Tori March 4, 2020

    They’re doing everything in their power to ruin her because their reputations is already DEAD. It doesn’t matter how you slice, they handed out a bad asz, one sided contract. Big labels don’t even deal in this kind of ghetto asz mindset because it’s band press and business, it could get legally ugly and it’s and if you lose in court, you’re f*****. Only a dirty, grimy, greedy label would do this and say ‘it’s just business’. Megan is the biggest thing at 1501, LITERALLY. All the girl asked y’all to do was renegotiate the contract. ‘Well she signed it’, IT WAS STILL B******* NO MATTER WHO SIGNED IT. This was bound to come back around because the contract is lowest price of s***.

    • Only Facts March 4, 2020

      Unfortunately, all labels hand their new artists these kinds of deals. Since they’re investing into the artist, they start by throwing out a deal that helps them recoup their investment the quickest. It’s up to these artists to negotiate and have an attorney review the documents before they sign. Why would a big label offer a deal to an unknown artist that gives the artist more money than the label. That would be bad business…they’d never recoup. It’s always up to the artist to start the negotiating once the deal is offered. It’s like buying a car or a house. You n-e-g-o-t-i-a-t-e and r-e-a-d the contract. Rant over. I hate this for Meg, but she did it to herself.

  5. Marc March 4, 2020

    My thing is with Meg she wants the world to attack these guys but what happen to the support for lil Kim or Kash Doll who been stuck in contracts. No one came to their rescues nor did they play victim. This is pime example of helping someone out to only have them leave u once they get on. Drop your album meg then come back for negotiations

  6. High Price March 4, 2020

    Wow! I know this has nothing to do with it but isn’t that Evelyn Lozadas baby daddy?

    • Pu$$yPopstress March 4, 2020


  7. Cüümila Cebolla March 4, 2020

    This is what happens when you don’t even have an album out thinking you’re da shxt ?‍♂️

  8. BLUEBIRD March 4, 2020

    They robbing home-girl blind

  9. Dc March 4, 2020

    Good Carl ????????

  10. Holliewuudd March 4, 2020

    Its probably safe to say that Meg really didn’t know what type of trash contract she had and when she found out, shes hoping roc nation can make it go away…as for him, I don’t believe a word he says. Anyone who’d put someone in a contract like that is trash in my opinion

  11. Bebo p. March 4, 2020

    She was 23 when she sign that contract lol

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