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Megan Thee Stallion Amends Lawsuit Against Her Label 1501 Entertainment

The rapper believes she’s fulfilled her contract after releasing her second studio album ‘Trauamzine’.

Megan Thee Stallion is hoping for a victory after amending a lawsuit against her 1501 Ent. label with reason to believe she fulfilled her contract after releasing her second studio album, Trauamzine, according to Rolling Stone.

The “Her” rapper is requesting a Texas judge rule that her LP is the final obligation to satisfy her deal with 1501 and free her from her contract.

The Houston Hottie tweeted out earlier this month before the second studio album release sharing how the CEO is “mad” he’s not able to make any more money off of her after this recent release.

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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.

Although the Good News rapper hadn't sought damages in the past, she is now looking to be compensated with $1 million in damages as she claims 1501's had made efforts to derail her career and take advantage of her.

BET.com will keep you updated as the lawsuit continues.

In the meantime, stream Traumazine on all streaming platforms.

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