Megan Thee Stallion has been granted a restraining order against label 1501 Certified Entertainment.
According to court documents obtained by Billboard, the rapper is claiming 1501 “unlawfully” took steps “to block or interfere with Pete exploiting, licensing, or publishing her music” ahead of Sunday’s AMAs. 300 Entertainment is also included in the restraining order.
Megan “provided evidence” that the company “recently engaged and will continue to engage in threatening and retaliatory behavior that will irreparably harm” her music career.
Meg has been fighting her label for more than two years. Megan says she has fulfilled her label obligations but 1501 will not let her out of her deal.
Under the court order 1501, 300 and anyone acting “in concert or participation with” them are barred from “preventing or blocking the use and exploitation” of Megan’s music and her AMA performance. The order lasts until Nov. 20. 1501 and 300 have not challenged the order in court…yet.
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