Megan Thee Stallion Goes Off On Social Media After Content From Forthcoming Album: I Can’t Catch A Break, My Label Hate Me And My S**t Always Leak
Megan Thee Stallion had some things to get off her chest!
Rapper Megan Thee Stallion took to Twitter on Thursday night (August 4) to air her frustrations about album content leaks and her label woes.
Megan fired a couple of tweets off in frustration:
“Why continue to choose peace when everyone else choosing violence???”
She then tweeted “I’ll star from scratch,” telling fans she could start over if she abandoned her label altogether.
Earlier yesterday, her marketing label 300 Entertainment posted a teaser featuring the supposed title of her next album “Traumazine.” Megan posted the same thing a few minutes later.
Megan also shared an Instagram story of half her face, with text that read:
“I can’t catch a break my label hate me and my s**t always leak. At this point invite the hotties to the studio and shoots.”
She is alluding to her label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, who she has been in legal wars with since 2020. 300 Entertainment is the marketing partner of 1501 Certified.
As we reported earlier this year 1501, owned by Carl Crawford, has been trying to force Megan to fulfill the remainder of her contract with them.
Her last release, “Something For The Hotties” is still in court – being decided on if it will count as a legitimate album, or if Meg will have to pump out two more for Crawford.
Megan also went off on Twitter when a user said “wrdgaf” (stands for “we really don’t give a f**k):
Megan is still pushing forward with her sophomore album release, which is expected sometime this summer. She will also be co-hosting “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on August 11.
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