Megan Thee Stallion Dismisses Lawsuit Against Carl Crawford And J Prince, But Is It Really Over?

Updated 2/23 at 7:40 AM PST

Carl Crawford woke up and decided he had to get the last word.


Updated 2/22 at 10:50 AM PST

Carl Crawford is again allowing his ego to lead the way. In a misguided IG post, he reposted an article that clearly states Megan dismissed her lawsuit against him without prejudice. He then captions it with, "Only the real town can relate. Now tell em to run my bread dating all the way back from 2018."

Megan Thee Stallion, who has shown that she will not allow these men to bully or intimidate her into silence, responded on her Instagram page. She began her caption with, "This dude never knows WTF is going on with his business..."


Megan explained that the lawsuit dealing with 1501 trying to prevent her from releasing music, which was CLEARLY stated in the court documents, was dismissed by her. However, Megan filed a new lawsuit to get her money, as I reported. You know who has not filed a lawsuit to get the money they claim they are owed...can y'all guess???

Megan Thee Stallion Responds To Carl Crawford And Explains She Is Still Suing For The Money Owed Her.

I would love to know what money Carl thinks Megan owes him? No, one can seriously believe that he invested so much money into Megan that she has not made enough to pay him back + interest, etc. How much did it cost to have Megan hop out at gas stations to promote her music?

Not to mention that in an interview, Carl Crawford admitted that 300 was paying for everything. If 300 was paying for everything and per Megan's contract she had to pay for all the expenses from her cut, then what exactly did Carl pay for?

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Carl Crawford continues to prove that he'd rather stay bitter than be a businessman. He would rather seek sympathy than gain respect.

I applaud Megan for not being one of these rap girls who always need to be liked by the men. She doesn't care how they view her cause she has high views of herself. That is why so many women and girls love her.

"The TRUTH always comes out and FUCK ALL Y'ALL." - poet Megan Thee Stallion



It looks like the 2 year battle between Megan Thee Stallion and her label 1501 Entertainment/Carl Crawford has finally come to an end...sort of.

On Wednesday, Feb. 16th, Megan Thee Stallion dismissed her fraud case against Carl Crawford (1501 Ent.) and J Prince without prejudice. Which means she did not waive her right to refile if necessary.

Megan had initially filed this lawsuit in 2020 after Carl Crawford attempted to stop her from releasing music, including her "Suga" EP, which gave fans the Grammy-winning song "Savage."

On Instagram Live, Megan explained that communication had "went left" between the two after she requested to have her contract renegotiated once her management, ROC Nation, pointed out some issues with her agreement.

With this dismissal comes questions. Did Megan dismiss because her next release will fulfill her contract? Did that J Prince deal finally get done?

Whatever the reason, another war may be brewing between Megan and Carl because on Friday, Megan filed a suit on sworn account, AKA "Bitch, Betta Have My Money," against Carl Crawford. In Texas, this is described as "an effective procedural tool for plaintiffs who are owed money on an account."

Megan Thee Stallion Has Filed A New Suit Against Carl Crawford Called A Suit On Sworn Account.

So, it looks like even though Megan has moved past her contract dispute, she has not moved past the money she feels 1501 owes her.

Now, the ball is in Carl's court. Does he file a denial and start the legal battle all over again or does he pay Megan and move on...


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