Megan Thee Stallion has expressed her anger after witnessing a leak within her camp
Megan Thee Stallion has expressed her displeasure after discovering a leak within her camp.
Following the unexplained leak, the Houston Hottie screamed about her label in an Instagram Story on Thursday (August 4), accusing them of not having her best interests at heart. "I can't catch a break, my label hates me, and my shit always leaks," she wrote. "At this point, invite the hotties to the studio and shoot."
Megan then took her rant to Twitter, where she continued to air out her grievances. “Why to continue to choose peace when everyone else choosing violence???,” she wrote. “Lol, I got money I PAY FOR ALOT OF MY OWNNNN SHITTTTT I’ll start from scratch bc I’m a of hustler BABYYYY.”
When a Twitter troll snuck into her responses with a dismissive "Wrdgaf [we really don't give a fuck]," Megan responded, "Bitch and I'm reallyllyyy not talking to your dumb ass now WHAT."
While the leak clearly hurt her, the "Savage" rapper subsequently boasted about effortlessly replacing the leaked material with fresh tracks. Although the alleged cover of Megan Thee Stallion's upcoming album leaked online on Thursday, it's unclear which leak she's talking to. The supposed artwork depicts three different profiles of the rapper on a dark backdrop.
“Girl anyway lol,” she continued. “Why do ppl I don’t care abt even mention me lol like we don’t like EACH OTHERRRRR the feeling mutualllll stop saying my nameeeee. Lol, I’m just talking shit. “ More shit my leak idk hotties lol IDK but I really RAP so I can make MORE music any time… done with Twitter for the day.”
Megan apparently deactivated her Instagram account on Thursday, with the exception of two postings, one of which defined the term "traumatizing." Some speculate that this is the title of her forthcoming album, however, this has yet to be verified.
In terms of her label grievances, Megan Thee Stallion did not specify which firm her Instagram Story was intended at. The 27-year-old is signed to both 300 Entertainment and 1501 Certified Entertainment, but it's important to remember that she's presently embroiled in a legal dispute with the latter and its owner Carl Crawford.
Megan claims Crawford has not paid her a dollar since joining the independent Houston label in 2018, and that when she attempted to quit, 1501 fought back. Megan has filed four lawsuits against the label, the first of which was filed in March 2020, alleging that they were attempting to prevent her from releasing new songs.
Tina Snow published Something for Thee Hotties last October, which 1501 argued did not satisfy the legal definition of an "album" and hence did not count toward fulfilling her contract; Megan begged to differ.
The involved sides are currently fighting in court. Meanwhile, Megan Thee Stallion is working on her long-awaited sophomore album, which she recently announced is complete. She released her new track, "Pressurelicious," featuring Future, last month.