Megan Thee Stallion got a temporary victory against her record label 1501 Certified Entertainment.
Meg recently got a temporary restraining allowing her to release music against the label’s wishes. The H Town hottie released her latest album Suga, as a result.
Now, the order was set to expire on March 16. But on Friday, a Texas District Court judge extended it. A date hasn’t been set yet but it will be within a week of a hearing, which will take place on April 3rd.
We recently reported that Meg’s label 1501 was reportedly trying to stop her from dropping music because she wanted to renegotiate her contract. She wanted to renegotiate the contract because after signing a management deal with Roc Nation, they brought a few things to Meg’s attention that she wasn’t aware of. Meg admitted that she was about 20 when she signed it and didn’t fully understand the verbiage. At the time, she was also focused on getting her and her mother out the hood, which is why she signed the deal in the first place, which also came with a $10 k advance.
We hope all works out.