Megan Thee Stallion, the Houston-bred rapper, has filed new legal documents against 1501 Certified Entertainment’s CEO Carl Crawford, J. Prince, and Gee Richardson. According to TMZ, Megan alleges that only three of them have been receiving payments recently, while Crawford has been profiting from her hit songs and not paying her anything.
New legal documents
The documents also claim that the primary account for them is getting low, with only $10,000 left in it, despite having millions of dollars in deposits before.
This new motion comes just after Crawford apologized to Megan earlier this year in February, claiming that their issues were exacerbated by social media but would now cease moving forward.
Megan and 1501’s relationship has been tumultuous in the past, with the rapper filing a lawsuit against the label last year after claiming she was not being allowed to release new music.
The two parties eventually settled the lawsuit, with Megan being allowed to release her EP, Suga. However, it looks like their relationship has soured again, with Megan accusing Crawford of not paying her royalties.
Megan’s new look
Megan Thee Stallion is known for her luscious curls and coils, but over the weekend, the rapper debuted a brand new look on Instagram.
She posted two photos of herself posing on a bed in a crop top and underwear with her new blonde hair framing her face.
The majority of her hair was a caramel-blonde color, with lighter honey-blonde highlights throughout, giving her hair depth and dimension.
Although Megan has been blonde before, all of those times involved wigs and not her natural hair. Fans are excited to see her embracing her natural curls and trying out different hairstyles.
It’s unclear what inspired her to go blonde, as she simply captioned her photos with a drooling emoji.
However, fans are eagerly anticipating what color she might try next, with some hoping for pink or orange.