The battle is not over yet! Carl Crawford and his record label 1501 Certified Entertainment are suing Megan Thee Stallion over her latest album, “Something for Thee Hotties.” Carl stated that the album, which should have fulfilled her contract, was not really an “album” because it included unreleased songs, according to TMZ. 1501 is protesting Megan’s lawsuit, alleging that the album contains no new material and that she owes the label more records and money.
If you recall, Megan sued 1501 in February claiming that the record fulfilled her contract. According to the documents, the album is “made up of 21 recordings and includes voice-interlaced recordings where Megan does not appear and some previously released recordings.” Carl doesn’t back down and insists Megan knows full well that any album she makes must include at least 12 “new master studio recordings” of previously unreleased tracks. .
On top of that, Carl had to get final approval on the music, which he said didn’t happen for her latest album. 1501 Certified Entertainment also wants the judge to declare “Something for Thee Hotties” not an actual album. In addition, Carl is demanding full accounting of Megan’s proceeds from partnerships, sponsorships, endorsements, and side engagements. Reports suggest that H-Town Hottie will owe the firm a portion in excess of $1 million.
Megan’s attorney Brad Hancock issued a statement on her behalf, saying, “This is yet another absurd attempt in 1501 to ignore Megan’s album and squeeze more money and more free work from her. the longer the better. We will ask the court to protect Megan from this type of abuse.”
The TSU graduate student clapped back to Carl in a series of tweets. It’s unclear when the judge will decide Megan’s case against Carl, but we’ll let you know as we get more information!
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