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It’s only been one day since Megan Thee Stallion let her fans know she had an ongoing issue with her record label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, and she’s already filed a lawsuit against the company and its CEO, Carl Crawford.

Within this dispute, Meg’s beef stems from 1501 reportedly not letting her release any new music because she asked them to renegotiate her contract.  Now, according to reports from TMZ, a Harris County, Texas district judge is giving the rapper a temporary restraining order–which means her label can’t block the music she plans to put out on Friday. This very restraining order also hopes to prevent the label from attacking her on social media.


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