Carl Crawford & 1501 Entertainment Claim Megan Thee Stallion Has No Legal Right To Sue Them


As the saga continues with Megan Thee Stallion’s civil suit against her label 1501 Certified Entertainment, label head, Carl Crawford has filed a motion to have her allegations of fraud, bullying and more be decided by a private arbitrator.

Attorneys for the label filed court docs this week asking that the case be put on hold indefinitely because her contract states that she can’t sue the label if they disagree over it.

According to sources, if the judge approves the case going through arbitration, the outcome may never be made public.1501 said Megan willingly entered into an artist’s contract with the company and based on the terms of the deal, any disputes between them would be settled privately through arbitration.

If Megan’s case proceeds, it would directly violate their artist’s agreement and the law. The judge has not yet ruled on the decision.

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