Court Rules For Megan Thee Stallion In Fight With Label Over BTS Remix


Megan Thee Stallion has accused her label 1501 of shaking her down by not clearing her verse on the remix of the BTS smash "Butter" unless she pays them six figures.

Tonight, a judge agreed, granting Meg an order to prevent 1501 from blocking the release of the track, which is scheduled to drop on Friday, August 27.

1501, which is owned by ex-MLB star Carl Crawford, has argued getting on a K-Pop track wouldn't be good for Meg's career.  Meg says that's ridiculous, as partnering with South Korean sensations BTS would broaden her international appeal.  She believes that 1501 is just looking for an excuse to get more money out of her and the judge agreed

Meg signed with 1501 when she was 20 and has spent the last couple of years making noise about getting out of the contract.

 Earlier this year, there was talk J Prince and JAY-Z had helped broker a new contact for Meg, but her issues with 1501 continue.