AceShowbiz - Megan Thee Stallion is currently in the middle of legal battle with her label 1501 Records as she claimed that they tried to block her from releasing music. Detailing the affair, the Hot Girl Summer got candid in a recent interview while she stopped by The Breakfast Club, though she put in a disclaimer that "a lot of things I can't say because it's legal. I gotta handle it in court."
"When I first got signed, it was Carl and T Farris," she explained. "Everybody was super nice of course. But for whatever reason, me and my mom were super drawn to T Farris. He was really nice, really supportive. I recorded at the studio every day with them. I had shows, I was just coming up. T Farris would be there, Carl would pop up from time to time. I'm pretty sure he'd help with radio."
"When things started really taking off, it would be me, my mom, and T Farris," she went on saying. "When we'd be on the road, that's the team. When things start picking up even more, I got signed with 300. So I really didn't see nobody from 1501 that much."
During the interview, Meg also denied that her move to Roc Nation had nothing to do with the drama. "Jay-Z not worried about them," Meg assured. "You saying names just trying to draw attention to the situation...I feel like people want to bully me. You don't have to gang up on me. I didn't do nothing to ya'll."
"I was at a point where I was already frustrated," she says. "When I found out I couldn't drop any music, I was like I might as well say something now, ya'll ain't letting me drop music."
When Charlamagne Tha God asked her what was the motive of the alleged boycott, Megan revealed that she didn't even know why 1501 didn't let her release music despite her being one of the hottest hip-hop stars today. "I really don't know. What's the thought process?" she shared.