Megan Thee Stallion suing mark for $1m in damages
The 'Savage' hitmaker has revised her claim against 1501 Certified Entertainment after she delivered what
she accepted to be her last collection in her agreement with the name, 'Traumazine'.
As well as looking for money related repayment for supposedly not being paid eminences,
she's likewise employed a measurable examiner to lay out why the LP was released right on time, as indicated by Rolling Stone.
The 'WAP' hitmaker - whose genuine name is Megan Pete - documented a claim against the mark in February,
She guaranteed she was told on January 5, that the record was not classed as a collection under her recording contract.
Her legal counselors said in the recording: "1501's new position, required a very long time after the collection's delivery,
is plainly a stratagem with an end goal to attempt to exploit Pete, at extraordinary cost and not sincerely."