AceShowbiz - Megan Thee Stallion's legal feud with 1501 Certified Entertainment has yet to be over. The "WAP" hitmaker filed a motion on Thursday, April 13, claiming that the label boss, Carl Crawford, is draining all its money without paying her.
In the docs obtained by TMZ Hip Hop, the 28-year-old alleged that the label only has $10,000 left in its primary account. However, it was said that the deposited amount was much more than that, around millions.
According to Megan, Carl, J. Prince and Gee Roberson, who are both involved in running the label, are the only ones getting paid.
Megan and Carl have been at odds since late 2019 when the "Traumazine" artist signed a management deal with Jay-Z's Roc Nation, apparently without the knowledge of 1501. Months later, she filed a lawsuit against 1501 accusing the Houston-based label of blocking her from releasing music and refusing to renegotiate her contract, the terms of which Roc Nation had raised red flags about.
Megan later filed another lawsuit against 1501 in February 2022 asking a judge to declare that her 2021 project "Something for Thee Hotties" qualifies as an album and therefore counts toward fulfilling her contract. The label countersued the following month, with Carl calling the project a "bulls**t a** mixtape."
Following the release of her sophomore album "Traumazine" in August last year, Megan amended her lawsuit to seek $1 million in damages while claiming her aforementioned project had successfully satisfied her contract with 1501, granting her exit.
Of the reason why she filed the new motion, she fears that the label won't have any money in case the court side in her favor. The raptress is now asking the judge to appoint a third party to take over managing 1501's finances.