Carl Crawford Vents About His Ongoing Court Battle With Megan Thee Stallion
The 1501 Certified Entertainment CEO, who has been sued along with his label by the ‘WAP’ femcee for allegedly trying to block her from releasing new music, previously denied the allegations.
AceShowbiz –Carl Crawford has gotten some things off his chest. The 1501 Certified Entertainment CEO, who has been sued along with his label by Megan Thee Stallion, took to social media to vent about his ongoing legal battle with the “Hot Girl Summer” femcee.
Making use of Instagram on Thursday, December 9, the 40-year-old shared a note that read, “Year 3 and I’m still battling this court cases about bulls**t.” He went on adding in the caption, “Up and coming indie Bosses and CEO’s pay close attention to this cause this can easily be u one day ..They try and drain u with the court systems in hopes of u folding.”
Megan filed a lawsuit against Carl and 1501 Certified Entertainment in March 2020, a few months after she signed a management deal with Roc Nation. She accused them of trying to block her from releasing new music because she wanted to renegotiate an unfair contract she signed five years ago.
However, the former professional baseball left fielder shut down the allegations. “It’s a whole lie,” he stated. “Nothing is true that she said. Me being greedy and taking money from her, that’s crazy. I never tried to take nothing from her. The only thing we ever did was give, give, give.”
Regardless, Megan was granted a restraining order against the label so they can’t “prevent the release, distribution, and sale of [Megan]’s new records.” The Grammy-winning artist continued to score another win in August this year.
That month, Megan was seeking “emergency relief” from court to release BTS (Bangtan Boys)’ “Butter” remix after the label prevented her from doing so. Fortunately, a judge has ruled in her favor. The hip-hop star, real name Megan Jovon Ruth Pete, later celebrated her victory on Twitter by writing, “Y’all don’t even understand how excited I am.”
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