Megan Thee Stallion reportedly granted restraining order against her label over AMAs performance

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Megan Thee Stallion has the law on her side. 

Megan was reportedly recently granted a restraining order against her label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, and her distributor, 200 Entertainment, after she claimed they tried to interfere with her and the forthcoming American Music Awards, according to TMZ Hip Hop.

The outlet reports that in legal documents, Megan claims 1501 engaged in “threatening and retaliatory” actions, though she did not specify what those actions were. 

With the restraining order, both companies are blocked from attempting to stop the “WAP” rapper from using her music during the AMAs.

The next court hearing, where both 1501 and 300 will have the opportunity to share their side, is scheduled for Tuesday, November 22 — two days after the AMAs are set to air. 

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