Megan Thee Stallion is calling out her label, its owner Carl Crawford, and the execs because the money still looks funny.
Finally: 50 Cent Apologizes To Megan Thee Stallion For Online Troll Her immediate concern is the companys money is running low. Megan claims 1501s primary account has less than $10,000 left in it, but much more than that was deposited. The exact amount is redacted in the documents, but Meg says its in the millions. Megan Thee Stallion believes that 1501 Certified Entertainment is putting the money she is supposed to get into the pockets of Hip-Hops boogeyman, J. Prince and Gee Roberson, who both are involved with the label. This latest development in the Megan Thee Stallion versus 1501 Certified Entertainment comes after Carl Crawford copped pleas, claiming he was beefing with the Big Ole Freak crafter and Roc Nations boss, JAY-Z, for social media clout. It is also the latest chapter in the ongoing legal drama between 1501 Certified Entertainment and Megan Thee Stallion. She is currently suing to get her royalties and freedom from the label. Per the celebrity gossip site, she fears the cash will be low when she wins the case. She also is asking the judge to appoint a third party to manage 1501s finances.