Rapper Megan Thee Stallion has gotten a restraining order against her distributor 300 Entertainment and label 1501 Certified Entertainment due to an agreement with American Music Award.
Megan claimed that 1501 took “threatening and retaliatory” actions to prevent her from playing her own music in connection with the AMAs, which will be handed out this coming Sunday, according to documents acquired by TMZ.
This occurs in the midst of a contract dispute with the label. The rapper asserts that 1501 still owes more recordings, even though she feels she has fulfilled the requirements of her contract and is entitled to become a free agent.
Megan didn’t go into detail about what 1501 and/or 300 Entertainment are supposed to have said or done to interfere with the AMA broadcast on ABC, but the judge heard enough to issue the temporary restraining order. Both businesses are now forbidden from interfering with the usage of her music during the awards ceremony.
Voting for Favorite Female Hip Hop Artist, for which the rapper is vying, ends tonight. Tuesday, two days after the AMAs will have aired, has been set aside for a court hearing where the label will have the opportunity to present their case.