Megan Thee Stallion took to Instagram on Saturday to share a slew of new images with her fans.
Megan Thee Stallion looks stunning in a white crop top and black thong
The cropped white T-shirt said “Bad Anxiety,” the title of one of her songs, and the 28-year-old Texas native looked stunning in it.
The official hashtag for Hotties merch can be found here, as used by Grammy-winning artist to direct her followers.
Megan paired the baby tee with a black thong that stated “Hottie Club” and featured a yellow happy face in the center.
She put on a glistening ring in her belly button piercing to highlight her toned, flat stomach.
The honey-blonde coils of the Thot Sh*t hitmaker’s hair cascaded down her back.
Megan was photographed twice while posing on her knees on a vast, white bed.
Meg stayed silent in the caption, only adding a single drooling face emoji.
The rap star sported flawless makeup, including black cat eye liner and shimmering eye shadow.
Her full lips were brought out by a bright pink lip tint that was lined in brown.
A week prior, Megan also posted something sexually suggestive online.
A cropped white T-shirt reading “I [love] to make boys cry” complemented her figure perfectly.
The trend-setter unbuttoned and partially unzipped her light wash pants to go with her babydoll shirt.
The star recently filed legal papers alleging that Carl Crawford, the owner of the 1501 Certified Entertainment label to which she is signed, has not been paying her.
According to TMZ, Megan accused Crawford, 41, of mismanaging his company’s funds through a ‘fraudulent transfer of assets’ in court papers.
Crawford, she claims, has “dissipated millions of dollars held in 1501’s primary bank account” and is keeping the majority of the company’s profits for himself.
As the plaintiff, she also claimed that millions of dollars had been deposited into the label’s account – the amount was redacted in the legal documents, but the balance is less than $10,000, according to Billboard.
According to the legal documents, the Sweetest Pie artist claims that the label’s only employees are executives Crawford, J. Prince, and Gee Roberson.
Megan previously sued 1501 in 2020, alleging that the label barred her from releasing new material after she attempted to renegotiate the terms of their contract.
According to court documents, the Cry Baby singer filed the latest motion to preserve the company’s proceeds because she believes executives are deliberately shorting the account in anticipation of potential monetary penalties in their ongoing litigation.
Megan’s legal team asked the judge to appoint a third party to oversee and distribute the music company’s finances “until this dispute is resolved.”
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A receiver could be appointed to ‘take possession of all of 1501’s bank accounts and any other bank accounts controlled or owned by Carl Crawford, including the bank accounts into which the money siphoned out of the bank account was transferred,’ according to the singer’s lawyers.
1501’s lawyers told Billboard that “the allegations are without merit” and that “1501 is confident that 1501 will prevail on these motions and ultimately recover the substantial money that Ms. Pete owes 1501.”