Megan Thee Stallion explained she's "still in court" with her former record label CEO, Carl Crawford of 1501 Certified Entertainment.

On Tuesday, Megan blasted Crawford, after he posted a headline from AceShowbiz on his Instagram following Megan's request to dismiss the suit against her former label, Crawford, and Rap-A-Lot Records founder J. Prince without prejudice.

"Only the real [H] town can relate," Crawford posted. "Now tell em to run my bread dating all the way back from 2018."

Megan filed the lawsuit against J. Prince, Carl, and 1501 Certified Entertainment in Mar. 2020. She complained that they prevented her from releasing new music because she wanted to renegotiate a contract she signed in 2017. After seeing a post that implied she owes him money, it didn't take much time for the H-Town Hottie to respond to Crawford's post in a now-deleted Instagram post.

"This dude never know wtf is going on with his business," she wrote. "The case that Was dismissed against you was from when you wasn't trying to let me drop music … you and 300 signed off and let me drop music, so there is no case more… we are most definitely STILL IN COURT, and YOU STILL GETTING SUED BC YOU OWE ME MONEY," Megan wrote. "I AINT NEVER BEEN PAID FROM 1501 IN MY LIFE! I make money bc im MEGAN THEE STALLION! Grown-ass men wanna bully me and eat off my name and paint me out as a villain online bc they know these bandwagon-ass haters gone eat that shit up! I don't even be saying shit to you lame ass n-ggas bc the TRUTH always comes out."

Megan then took to her Instagram story to express that she had allegedly been picked on by Crawford all day, and she had enough of it.

"Mfs pick with me all day then when I say something I'm the problem," Megan said. F**k y'all."

In a separate Instagram Story post, Megan reiterated that all her accomplishments have been by her own merits, and Crawford never helped her build her career.

This mf got my accomplishments in that bio and ain't contributed to shit since 2018…NOT STUDIO TIME, NOT A MUSIC VIDEO, NOT ONE WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT, shit, not even a flight!! But you trying to eat off me AND PICK WITH ME ONLINE!"

According to Complex, Megan's legal team at Holland & Knight filed a new suit last week, citing 1501 didn't classify Meg's 21-track Something for Thee Hotties as an "album." As a result, the label is disputing the project saying the Houston rapper didn't satisfy her "minimum recording commitment" in her recording contract. 

"1501 wants to tie [Megan Thee Stallion] down to release more albums under the Contract to the financial benefit of 1501," Meg's legal team expressed.

"Contrary to 1501's position, Something for Thee Hotties clearly meets the definition of 'Album' under the recording agreement because it is not less than forty-five (45) minutes in length," the suit claims. "There are no other parameters or requirements under the contract for what can be deemed an 'Album' other than total run time of the album. As such, Something for Thee Hotties satisfies her 'Minimum Recording Commitment' for the second option period of the agreement. To protect herself, her music, and her artistic choices, Pete has been forced to bring this action to seek a declaratory judgment to that effect."

Megan Thee Stallion's dispute with 1501 has been going on for a few years now when she argued in March of 2020 that 1501 was preventing her from dropping new music. She had since asked a judge to throw out the contract and argued 1501 was lying about the services it would provide her.