Megan Thee Stallion had a few things to say after news came out that she drop the first lawsuit.
Megan Thee Stallion’s continuing lawsuit against her previous label 1501 Certified Entertainment, CEO Carl Crawford, and Rap-A-Lot Records founder J. Prince has allegedly been dismissed without prejudice.
“Megan Pete hereby nonsuits all of the claims she has claimed in the above-captioned complaint against Defendants 1501 Certified Entertainment, LLC, Carl Crawford, and James Prince,” according to the court records, “without prejudice to the re-filing of the same.”
“Plaintiff’s claims regarding the release of her album ‘Suga’ on March 6, 2020, and the release of the feature track ‘Butter’ with BTS (Bangtan Boys) on August 27, 2021, has been settled with the release of her music,” they go on to say. Pete is not waiving and specifically retaining all of her audit rights according to her contractual agreements with 1501 Certified Entertainment, LLC and any third parties as of the date of this filing.”
Crawford responded to the news with an Instagram post on Tuesday (February 22), which featured a screenshot of the Ace Showbiz report and the remark, “Only the real [H] town can understand.” Now order them to run my bread from the year 2018.” He ended with an angry emoji, implying that he’s furious about the amount of money he’s lost over the last four years.
Megan Thee Stallion filed the complaint in March 2020, alleging that J. Prince and 1501 Certified Entertainment were preventing her from releasing new songs because she wanted to renegotiate an unjust contract she signed at the start of her career. Megan had a few things to say as this news came out.