Megan Thee Stallion Seeking $1 Million In Record Label Lawsuit
Megan Thee Stallion is now seeking at least $1 million in damages in her lawsuit against record label 1501 Certified Entertainment. The rapper’s attorneys claim that she has “satisfied all option periods” in her contract with the release of her new album Traumazine. She is asking a judge to declare that Traumazine and her album Something for Thee Hotties both constitute an ‘album’ as defined in the contract. The rapper was initially only seeking non-monetary relief. however, she claims that the record label has refused to hand over her share of royalties from her music. 1501 has adamantly denied any wrongdoing and claimed that Something for Thee Hotties “does not meet the requirements for an album”. Stallion is set to be deposed in October and a trial is not expected until around May 2023, according to Rolling Stone.