Megan Thee Stallion sues her agency for preventing her from releasing the remix of “Butter” in collaboration with BTS

Megan Thee Stallion is once again “at war” with her label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, headed by former MLB star Carl Crawford.

The female rapper has filed legal documents with the court alleging that the label is trying to prevent the release of her new music, especially the remix of “Butter” that she featured with BTS.

Megan Thee Stallion

The song was scheduled to be released on Friday, August 27, but 1501 is said to have interfered in the releasing process.

Megan believes the song will expand her international fanbase thanks to BTS’ global appeal. However, 1501 told the female rapper they believe this release is not good for her career. Further down, they meant to force her to pay $100,000 if she wanted to sign the release.

Megan Thee Stallion

This isn’t the first time Megan has sued the label over a similar issue. The female rapper “WAP” believes 1501 is erecting barriers to “destroy art” and ultimately damage her career.

However, according to the latest update of Variety, a source close to the news revealed to the newsroom that the judge ruled in favor of Megan and that the female rapper was allowed to release a remix of “Butter” with BTS.

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