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Megan Thee Stallion defiantly announced the release of her upcoming album, titled Suga, while 1501 Certified Entertainment worked hard behind the scenes to prevent her from releasing the project — but a judge has sided with Meg and a filing requesting that her temporary restraining order be dissolved was denied.

The announcement about Meg’s release was made via the Houston rapper’s social media accounts along with the hashtag: #REALHOTGIRLSHIT

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1501 Certified Ent., CEO Carl Crawford had filed an emergency motion to dissolve the restraining order. If he is successful, the ruling would have blocked Meg’s upcoming album release.

Thee Stallion has accused Crawford of being “greedy,” and says that the whole beef began after a conversation about contract negotiations went sideways.

“Soon as I said, ‘I want to renegotiate my contract,’ everything went left,” Meg told her fans during the Instagram live session. “It just all went bad. It all went left. So now they’re tellin’ a bitch that she can’t drop no music.” Find a clip of Megan’s Instagram live session below.

Crawford denies her claims, instead, pointing the finger at Roc Nation.

“Everybody in the industry knows this is what Jay-Z and Roc Nation do: They come in, they find the smallest things wrong with the problem — because there weren’t any problems before she left — and then she says that I didn’t want to negotiate? OK, tell everybody your definition of negotiating. Your definition is, “OK. I’m going to send Suge Knight’s old lawyers to come in, and it’s a stick-up…'” Of course, I’m like, “This isn’t a negotiation. This is a robbery.”