A record label is singing a different tune these days after being at odds with Megan Thee Stallion. The Houston Hottie signed to the label years ago under the guidance of former MLB star Carl Crawford. She partnered with them in 2018 and signed a distribution deal with 300 Entertainment later that year. The following year, Roc Nation became Megan’s management team, setting off a tense reaction from Crawford. Soon, the “Savage” hitmaker publicly feuded with 1501, and both sides claimed the other owed them money.

Some social media fallouts took fans by surprise. Crawford alleged Megan did drugs, but she seemed to return the favor, alluding to him abusing cocaine. The scathing jabs wouldn’t frequently surface, but when they did, it made for a viral moment. This all unraveled as lawsuits were fired off, but 1501 has been extending olive branches in recent weeks. Today (March 29), Crawford offered another by praising Megan Thee Stallion ahead of her Houston performance. The label even released a statement that caught the rapper’s fans by surprise.

Megan Thee Stallion Gains Support From 1501

The message noted that the “Queen of the Hotties” would be touching down in H-Town. “We want the entire Community of Texas to help 1501 Certified Entertainment welcome Queen of the Hotties, Megan Thee Stallion, back to the City of Houston.” Megan is in the city for the NCAA March Madness Music Festival. The message also revealed that Megan is working on a new album and world tour. It all seemed friendly, but it’s a far cry from Crawford’s online taunts, especially amid Megan’s allegations against Tory Lanez.

Last month, Crawford emerged with an apology of sorts for his spat with Megan. “Unfortunately, me and Megan haven’t talked since 2019,” he said. “We been going through what y’all seen online. That’s unfortunate, too, because I never wanted to go have a situation where I was going back and forth with her on the internet.” He further added, “I never had problems with Megan Thee Stallion, but this social media stuff turned it really sour. You take this social media stuff out of it, and we won’t have a problem. You won’t hear me mention Megan Thee Stallion’s name unless it’s a big-time interview.” No word from Megan about this just yet. Check out Crawford’s statement above.