Megan thee Stallion Granted Restraining Order Against 1501 Certified Ent.
It seems as long as she's been in the spotlight, Houston rapper Megan thee Stallion, real name Megan Pete, has been at odds with her original label, 1501 Certified Ent. manned by former MLB Player; Carl Crawford.
This time, Thee Stallion was granted a restraining order on Monday. According to TMZ, MTS claims the label had made "threatening and retaliatory" moves to block her from using her own music at the upcoming American Music Awards.
There's no word on exactly "what" the label allegedly did, but a Texas judge granted the H-Town hottie a temporary restraining order for the time being.
According to the CEO, Carl Crawford, he claims the rapper still owes him money and one more album.
MTS has been clear on social media the standings of all her cases she's currently battling in court.
Just last month, Megan made her SNL hosting debut, doing double duty as the musical guest as well, getting emotional during the performance of a song where she shares words to her late mother, Holly during the track "Anxiety" off the rapper's sophomore album, 'Traumazine.'
Fans have shared how they themselves have grown tired of the back and forth.