Megan Thee Stallion Cleared To Release Suga


A judge has cleared Megan Thee Stallion to release her debut album Suga -- which is out today (March 6th).  As previously reported, the rapper sued her record label 1501 and its CEO Carl Crawford earlier this week and she was also granted a temporary restraining order, which prevents the label from blocking the release of her album. 

She wrote via Instagram,  “FACTS ARE FACTS AND THE FACTS ARE PUBLIC ‼ I’m extremely pleased that 1501 and Carl Crawford were denied the request to dissolve the Court order and try to stop my music from being released. I will proceed with the release of SUGA."

She continued,  “To be clear, I will stand up for myself and won’t allow two men to bully me, I am NO ONES PROPERTY. Y’all are choosing to highlight the issue of music splits…talk about everything else. This has nothing to do with anyone else including JAY-Z, stop deflecting and trying to make this a publicity stunt, I want my rights.”


Megan also responded to J. Prince, who took to Instagram to address Megan's lawsuit. He wrote, "For the record we have no problem with negotiating with Megan but we do have a problem with dictators. I find it very interesting that Roc Nation would allow their employee to sign an affidavit and statement full of slanderous lies on my methods of doing business when we have partnered together on several occasions. I don’t think Jay Z is aware of this but only time will tell."  He also accused Megan of lying on him in court documents. 

Megan said, “1501 tried to fight the decision today, the court denied 1501’s request🤷🏽‍♀️ respect my deceased mother, she’s not here, you don’t know her, you weren’t involved."  She added, “Carl should speak for himself.  All the facts are public record available at the courthouse in Houston.”

Crawford has denied Megan's allegations, telling Billboard,  “It’s a whole lie.  Nothing is true that she said. Me being greedy and taking money from her, that’s crazy. I never tried to take nothing from her. The only thing we ever did was give, give, give.”