On Tuesday, Carl Crawford, the CEO of 1501 Leisure, shared a headline that acknowledged that Megan Thee Stallion filed a request to dismiss her lawsuit in opposition to him and J. Prince with out prejudice. In his caption, which appeared to have a celebratory tone, he added, “Solely the true H-City can relate. Now inform em to run my bread courting all the way in which again from 2018.”
It didn’t take too lengthy for Megan to catch wind of his feedback and clap again.
Megan shared Carl’s put up, and claimed that he doesn’t know what’s occurring relating to his enterprise, she continued, “The case that was dismissed in opposition to you was from whenever you wasn’t making an attempt to let me drop music. You and 300 signed off and let me drop music so there is no such thing as a case no extra.”
Nevertheless, she made it clear that their time in court docket is just not over and stated that she is in truth the one that’s owed cash.
Megan continued, “We’re most undoubtedly STILL IN COURT and YOU STILL GETTING SUED BC [because] YOU OWE ME MONEY!! I AIN’T NEVER BEEN PAID FROM 1501 IN MY LIFE! I generate profits bc I’m MEGAN THEE STALLION!”
Megan continued to state that Carl continues to listing her accomplishments in his Instagram bio, however he hasn’t contributed to her profession since 2018.
Carl has not since responded again to Megan Thee Stallion.
As we beforehand reported, Megan Thee Stallion filed a lawsuit in opposition to her label final August after she claimed they have been making an attempt to cease her from releasing music with Ok-Pop group BTS. In the end, she was in a position to launch music, and her single “Butter” with the group was launched.
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