Megan Thee Stallion Says ‘Traumazine’ Satisfies Her Label Obligations & Demands $1M In Damages


Megan Thee Stallion has amended a lawsuit against her 1501 Ent. label with reason to believe she’s fulfilled her contract with the release of her Traumazine album.

Per Rolling Stone, the Houston Hottie is requesting a Texas judge rule that her LP is the final obligation to satisfy her deal with 1501 and free her from her tumultuous relationship with the label and its boss Carl Crawford.

Meg has upped her demands in her lawsuit against 1501 as well. She previously wasn’t seeking money but is now looking to be compensated with $1 million in damages for what the 27-year-old believes was 1501’s efforts to derail her career and take advantage of her.

1501 is still pursuing its own lawsuit against Megan Thee Stallion, claiming it’s owed millions of dollars as part of their 2018 contract where 1501 agreed to recoup 30 percent of her touring and merchandising profits.

1501 is also pushing back against Megan’s claims that her Something For Thee Hotties project qualifies as an album because it includes previously-released music as well as new songs.

“Carl be so mf mad ahhhh haaaa that’s why you can’t make no more money off me,” she tweeted on August 11 prior to Traumazine‘s release signaling that she was no longer financially tied to 1501.

In a follow-up tweet, she wrote: “I know he over there wiping the shit out that head with that towel cursing hard af.”

Thee Stallion hinted at her hand being forced to release Traumazine on Friday after songs were leaked, along with her cover, art last week.

“I can’t catch a break my label hate me and my shit always leak,” she wrote. “At this point invite the hotties to the studio and shoots.”

Traumazine finds Meg at her most vulnerable and features cameos from Future, Key Glock, Latto, Pooh Shiesty, Rico Nasty, Jhené Aiko, Lucky Daye, Sauce Walka, Dua Lipa and more.

The project bowed in at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 with 66,000 total album-equivalent units sold and marks her fifth consecutive top 10 placement on the albums chart.