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Megan Thee Stallion Moves to Court in 2023 Against 1501

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It’s obvious that Megan Thee Stallion has gotten more power since her victory against Tory Lanez. More trials are possibly coming by next year but this time it will be Megan Thee Stallion vs her 1501 Certified Entertainment records. Megan Thee Stallion moves on to court in 2023 against 1501.

In 2018, Megan Thee Stallion signed a deal with 1501 Certified Entertainment records. But due to the issue, the WAP co-rapper is facing with the records label, she then lawsuit the records label with a potential claim that they are stiffing her on payment and may be sabotaging the rollout for her upcoming album, Traumazine

Currently, Megan Thee Stallion is afraid in proceeding with her work with 1501. She once complained back in 2020 that the label didn’t pay her. In fact, all she wants right now is to pull off from the independent Houston label led by ex–baseball player Carl Crawford.  Meanwhile, her Tory Lanez victory has also charged her up in taking action at once. But this time against 1501.

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Rolling Stone has noted that Megan Thee Stallion has gotten support from a judge in a pre-trial ruling and this will definitely hit the court sooner or later in 2023. The record label had filed a claim that the 2021 project Something for Thee Hotties from Mega Thee Stallion didn’t count. Though it was turned down by a Texas judge.

The trial which Megan Thee stallion wants, according to report, the record label argues the court to decline it.

“Pete should be allowed her day in court to present evidence and testimony to the jury demonstrating that she has done all that was required of her in the delivery and release of her albums,” read the response filing.

Megan Thee Stallion is now seeking $1 million in damages against the entertainment company. Her full claim argues that including Traumazine, the album released in 2022, she has fulfilled all obligations to 1501 Certified in accordance with the recording agreement she signed in 2018.

She released her Traumazine album this year and from the look of things if she succeeds against the record label, will stop working with them.