Megan Thee Stallion has secured another victory in her legal battle against 1501 Certified Entertainment. According to reports, Judge Robert Schaeffer denied the label and its owner Carl Crawford’s motion to send the case to arbitration.
The Harris County, Texas judge also refused Crawford’s request to stay the case, allowing legal proceedings to continue. “We are obviously very happy with the court’s decision and look forward to litigating this case,” Megan’s attorney Richard Busch said.
Megan took Crawford to court after claiming 1501 was preventing her from releasing new music. According to her, the issues stemmed from her attempt to renegotiate her contract.
Crawford accused the rapper of disregarding her contractual obligations and creating a false narrative about 1501 on social media.
A judge ultimately recently granted Megan a temporary restraining order, allowing her to drop her Suga EP on March 6. But the legal battle is far from over and appears to be going to trial
By: Damilola Faustino