Megan Thee Stallion Responds To J. Prince’s ‘Bullying’ IG Post After Judge Rejects Label’s Motion To Axe Restraining Order – SUGA Will Drop Friday

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Megan Thee Stallion is responding to J. Prince’s social media post where he addressed her lawsuit against Carl Crawford’s 1501 Certified Entertainment after a judge ruled in her favor. Yep, new music is dropping Friday. More inside…

Megan Thee Stallion isn’t going to let Carl Crawford and J. Prince bully her into anything and she’s addressing them DIRECTLY, following the high-profile lawsuit she filed against her record label who refuses to renegotiate her arguably bad contract.

So check it…

Yesterday, 1501 Certified Entertainment honcho Carl Crawford tried to get a judge to dismiss Meg’s restraining order that she filed after she made claims her record label was trying to keep her from releasing music from her forthcoming album, SUGA, on Friday. Well, it didn’t work. The judge rejected the motion yesterday (and again today) and gave her the greenlight to release her new bops. So, be on the look out for that.

After the ruling, Rap-A-Lot Records founder J. Prince hopped on social media to address Megan’s lawsuit against her record label (which he’s included in), claiming she’s lying. He said he’s tired of major record labels trying to swoop in and steal artists from independent record labels after they go mainstream and as long as he’s affiliated with 1501, he’s going to protect them. He even tossed in a low blow about the “Hot Girl Summer” rapper’s deceased mother, writing she “could read and negotiated a good deal.” SMH.

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