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Megan Thee Stallion Demands $1 Million And A Release From 1501 Certified



 Megan Thee Stallion is coming for what’s hers with her new lawsuit against her soon-to-be record label 1501 Certified.

After releasing her latest album, Traumazine, Megan Thee Stallion is now seeking $1 million USD in monetary damages as she deals with a lawsuit against her record label 1501 Certified Entertainment. The amended complaint states that the rapper is seeking $1 million in damages after initially asking for non-monetary relief when the suit was filed in February, claiming that the minimum amount stems from 1501 refusing to give Megan her share of royalties from her music.

Megan is also asking a Harris County judge to classify both Traumazine and her October 2021 project Something for Thee Hotties as “an ‘album’ as defined in the parties’ recording agreement,” confirming that she “has satisfied all option periods” in the recording contract she signed in 2018.

Of course, after the announcement, social media was in a frenzy, including industry native J Prince. He took to Instagram with claims that Megan Thee Stallion and Roc Nation lied about the claims against 1501 and their CEO Carl Crawford.

Megan did not back down, letting the world know that she is the reason 1501 is relevant and that J Prince shouldn’t be so quick to come to Carl’s defense as he might have been a little shady in the past.

Carl was not feeling Megan’s claims that he was talking bad about J Prince.

Hopefully, this matter can be resolved soon through a court of law. Make sure to check out Megan’s new album Traumazine on all streaming platforms.