Carl Crawford’s request to go into arbitration in Megan Thee Stallion’s case against 1501 Entertainment has been denied by a judge.
American rapper, Megan Thee Stallion’s legal war with 1501 Entertainment will not go the way Carl Crawford had wanted. This is because it will not be dealt with in arbitration.
According to a report by Billboard, a judge denied Carl Crawford’s request to settle their legal dispute in arbitration.
This news is a big win for the talented rapper as one of the challenges she has encountered in her lawsuit is the contractual agreement she had signed that would compel her to settle the case out of court.
The judge has also denied Carl Crawford’s motion to settle the case in arbitration.
Richard Busch, Megan Thee Stallion’s attorney, talked about the ruling:
We are obviously very happy with the court’s decision and look forward to litigating this case.
This news has marked the second victory for the award-winning rapper following her legal war against 1501 Entertainment and Carl Crawford.
After Megan Thee Stallion filed the lawsuit, she was granted a temporary restraining order against 1501 Entertainment, which gave her the opportunity to release new music.
During the period when the lawsuit was signed, Megan allegedly revealed that the label was preventing her from releasing new music. Afterwards, the judge extended the restraining order on Megan Thee Stallion.
Some days after we received updates on the situation, Megan Thee Stallion released a new project titled ‘SUGA,’ as a result of the restraining order.
The new album produced hit singles including ‘Savage’ and ‘Captain Hook.’ The singles have gained popularity following TikTok dances.