Megan Thee Stallion takes to Twitter on her label boss Carl Crawford as they continue to fight in court.

Carl Crawford’s 1501 Certified Entertainment has responded to Megan Thee Stallion’s lawsuit that her ‘Something for Thee Hotties’ project should be considered an album as she seeks to end her contract with the label.

On Monday, 1501 filed a countersuit as part of its response to Megan Thee Stallion claiming 2021’s “Something for Thee Hotties” was not an album and wanted a judge to determine if the project was an album. The label claimed that the 21-track project should not be considered in their contractual agreement.

The label claims “Something for Thee Hotties” is a compilation of older material consisting of 21 recordings and includes recordings of spoken word interludes on which [Megan Thee Stallion] does not appear as well as several recordings already released.

The labels claim there are 29 minutes of new material, which “has been described in the music press as a compilation of archival material and new recordings”.

The label argues that contrary to Megan’s claim, she owes the label not one but two albums if “Something for Thee Hotties” was not considered an album.

Megan Thee Stallion is represented by attorney Brad Hancock who told Complex that the 1501 countersuit is nonsense.

“This is yet another senseless attempt by 1501 to disregard Megan’s album and squeeze more money and more free work out of her for as long as possible. We will ask the court to protect Megan from this guy. of abuse,” Hancock said.

The label is represented by Steven Zager, Lohr Beck and Lauren Newman of King & Spalding LLP.

The label claims that it also only knew about the release hours before it was released and had no input and was required to grant permission in relation to the project.

He also dismisses Megan’s lawsuit as “baseless because, as she knows, Something for The Hotties does not meet the requirements of an ‘album’ under the three contracts she signed with 1501.”

Megan’s original lawsuit claims the project met the definition of an “album”, which she says is no less than “forty-five (45) minutes”.

“There are no other parameters or requirements under the contract for what may be considered an ‘album’ other than the total length of the album,” reads the original lawsuit. “As such, Something for Thee Hotties satisfies its ‘minimum recording commitment’ for the second option period of the agreement. To protect himself, his music and his artistic choices, Pete was compelled to bring this action to seek a declaratory judgment to that effect.

Meanwhile, Megan wasted no time blasting Crawford on her Twitter t.

“First the man from my label said I wasn’t making him money…now he’s counter suing trying to keep me on his label because he wants to make more money lol if I don’t make you money, why don’t you just dump me?”

Meanwhile, Megan claimed she needs to address a few things about her lawyer’s findings, including a reported expense allegedly for her, which turns out to be money funding someone’s jewelry at the label. .

“My lawyers asked him for an expense report (the money 1501 allegedly spent on ME)…why did this grown man put his jewelry and chains on this…Lord, release me from this joke tag,” a she declared.

Megan also said she was forced to settle the issues out of court as she was “tired of being painted the BAD GUY 2/47”.

The case between the rapper and her label has become complicated as Megan Thee Stallion claims she should be released from the contract as 1501 has everything to gain but has not helped or contributed to her continued success as a rapper.

On Monday, the rapper scored her eighth Top 20 Billboard Hot 100 song proving her marketability and dominance as an artist in the music space.