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Megan thee Stallion Pulls Out Receipts After Reports That a Ruling Was Made in Case Against Her Record Label Surfaced

Megan thee Stallion is pulling out receipts and clearing up misinformation that surfaced Thursday regarding her case against her label, 1501 Certified Entertainment.

The Traumazine rapper tweeted, “No judge has ruled anything abt this 1501 case, this information is not accurate.” She continued, “the court date for this isn’t even until DECEMBER 12TH … we HAVE NOT went to court and got a summary judgment. Please stop spreading misinformation thanks.”

That tweet came after an erroneous court doc surfaced alleging a judge ruled that Meg had not fulfilled her “minimum recording requirement” with “Something For The Hotties,” and therefore, she owed another project to the label. It was later revealed that the filing was a mistake made by the Office of Harris County District Clerk Marilyn Burgess. However, the false information had already spread online like wildfire.

“Why y’all be so hype for negative news? Very miserable behavior,” Meg continued in her series of tweets Thursday.

She later shared a screenshot of the court document that explained that on November 2, the Harris County Court mistakenly entered a judgment/order on a case that had not been heard. The doc noted that on November 3, the court was made aware of the erroneous judgment/order and it was voided.

As previously reported, Megan has been involved in a legal battle with her label. In August, the H-Town Hottie demanded $1 million in damages from the label after filing her initial lawsuit in February. The amended complaint came after 1501 countersued her, claiming she did not complete her contractual obligations to 1501 with “Something For The Hotties.”

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Simone is an award-winning communications professional with over seven years of experience. Her passion for writing has led her to serve as Editor-in-Chief at Baller Alert. In her free time, she enjoys trying new restaurants and traveling (to mostly tropical destinations.)

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