Megan Thee Stallion is not playing when it comes to her business. In case you missed it, our resident 'Hot Girl' had a very public dispute with her former make-up artist, Akil McCoy over credit for her Vogue video.
According to TMZ, Meg's legal team has since served him with a cease and desist letter over breach of contract. The letter reportedly states that Akil cannot mention anything about working with the rap star or he will be sued.
FYI: In order to work for a celebrity, you will most likely have to sign a non-disclosure agreement. This means you cannot mention anything about the services you have done for the talent, not even on social media.
Here's a clip of the Vogue video that started the ordeal!
Original Story Posted 10/22/19:
We have slowly learned that Megan Thee Stallion's hot girl persona comes with some even hotter clapbacks. Meg's latest spicy take came at the expense of her makeup artist who slid into her comments asking for credit for her makeup in her new Vogue video.
Meg Thee Stallion has a full team from her hairstylist, her fashion stylist AND her makeup artist. And according to makeup artist Akil McCoy, Meg needs to give credit where credit is due!
Check Out The Houston Hottie And Her Makeup Artist Share Some Words On Her Latest Instagram Post:
Meg was not here for this exchange happening over social media, so she had no issue checking him on the 'Gram. While some people chimed in to the back-and-forth saying this matter should have been handled privately, Akil set the record straight in his own Instagram Stories.
Welp, we hope Megan Thee Stallion and Akil settle this beef, because Meg's face does usually look goodt!
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