Houston rapper, Megan Thee Stallion, born Megan Pete, is signed with 1501 Certified Entertainment and was recently granted a restraining order against the entity, along with her distributor, 300 Entertainment. Court documents obtained by Billboard claimed that Megan “will suffer irreparable harm if her music cannot be used in conjunction with her promotion for the AMAs.” A hearing is set for Nov. 22 to determine the outcome of the rapper’s official restraining order request. Megan publicly spoke about her struggle to exit the contract she signed with 1501 Certified Entertainment. They have been in the middle of legal woes since 2020 when she claimed Crawford tricked her into signing a deal far beneath industry standards. Megan Thee Stallion is nominated for this year’s “Favorite Female Hip-Hop Artist” at the AMAs, which explains her desire to have this situation rectified before the award show’s scheduled Nov. 20 airing.