It seems that Meg Thee Stallion is in the midst of a serious career crisis.
Instead of making music for the past two years, when she was one of the top female rappers in the Rap game, she went on a long drawn-out legal fight against her former label, 1501 Certified Entertainment. The two entities “mutually reached a confidential settlement to resolve their legal differences,” and will “amicably part ways.” Specifics on the deal are being kept under wraps.
As a result, the popular Texas raptress’ career has cooled off so that she is considering using unorthodox ways to make money.
In a recent live session, Megan says: “I might have to start an only fans. Hot girl productions. We’re independent. Y’all need to run it up. Go as crazy as possible ’cause we’re doing it by ourselves.”
MTS is considering taking that depressed p—y over to OnlyFans. pic.twitter.com/z3W67L1eIs
— Mílagro (@MobzWorld) November 5, 2023