Carl Crawford, the CEO of 1501, admits errors in Megan Thee Stallion's contract battle

Carl Crawford, the CEO of 1501, admits errors in Megan Thee Stallion's contract battle ...

Megan Thee Stallion and 1501 Certified Entertainment CEO Carl Crawford have been arguing about her contract situation for years. She recently admitted that he made mistakes in dealing with their conflict, especially on social media.

Megan, 41, told TMZ that she and her husband haven't talked since 2019. "It's unfortunate because I never intended to be in a situation where I'm, you know, going back and forth with her on the internet."

The four-time All-Star stated that he did not have a problem with the GRAMMY winner, but that the social media aspect of it only worsened what they were going through legally.

"You take the social media part out of it, we don't have a problem," he added. "You not gon' hear me mention Megan Thee Stallion's name in the media unless I'm doing something like this."

Crawford's relationship with the "Savage" rapper became even worse when he was spotted with Tory Lanez at a nightclub in April 2022. Lanez was recently found guilty in a lawsuit centered around Crawford's 2020 murder of the Traumazine rapper.

"Oh, the issue with that, I don't stand with anybody in that situation."

Meg filed a lawsuit against 1501 in 2019 claiming she was prohibited from releasing new music or refused to amend the terms of her contract.

Something For The Hotties was declared an album by a judge in February 2022, and Crawford called the project a "bullsh*t a**."

Following the release of her sophomore album Traumazine, Meg's lawsuit was amended in August 2022, with a $1 million increase and a release date set for 1501. Crawford, the artist who dubbed "Hot Girl Summer," and his colleague J Prince traded shots over social media.

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