Carl Crawford Responds To Resurfaced Video Of Megan Thee Stallion Seemingly Shading His Record Label: F*ck You Seahorse
Carl Crawford wanted all the smoke after a resurfaced video of Megan Thee Stallion seemingly dissing his record label, 1501 Entertainment, went viral.
1501 Certified Entertainment owner Carl Crawford, 40, recently reacted to an old clip of his estranged artist Megan Thee Stallion, 27, born Megan Pete, sticking up her middle finger while performing her song “Realer” instead of rapping the lyric,
“I’m the 1501 queen.”
Carl Crawford wasn’t too pleased with Megan Thee Stallion skipping over the lyric and took to his Instagram story to get some things off of his chest. He said:
“See I really just be mining my business…Nah F*ck U Seahorse.” Song should be called Faker than Fake.”
Carl Crawford had some words for Megan Thee Stallion’s manager as well:
“And F*ck T. Farris too u b*tch.”
Megan signed with Crawford’s record label back in 2018. However, the beef between Megan and the label has been spicy for some time now. Megan and Crawford have been at odds ever since the “Hot Girl” sued 1501 allegedly stopping her from releasing new music. The pair have also been tied up in litigation since 2020.
As previously reported, Megan claims 1501 informed her two months after “Something For Thee Hotties” was going to be released that it did not meet the definition of an “Album” under her recording agreement, and therefore did not satisfy her contract’s
“minimum recording commitment.”
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