Megan Thee Stallion could be headed to court. 

TMZ obtained a cease and desist letter that was sent by Megan's lawyer, Dina LaPolt, to her makeup artist Akil McCoy. In the letter, LaPolt claims that McCoy violated the nondisclosure agreement he has with the rapper by mentioning the work they do together.

The issue stems from Vogue's episode of 24 Hours With Megan Thee Stallion. During the five minute video, Vogue follows the rapper through her daily activities—including her makeup routine. "I like Akil a lot," Megan says while doing her makeup at the video's 1:27-minute mark. "And we get into it every day. I'm like 'Don't do it like that. Don't put it like that friend.' And he's like 'I'm not." ... And he doing it how the fuck he want to do it."

When Megan put a clip of the video on her Instagram, McCoy must have seen this as the perfect opportunity to plug his work as he commented "Makeup by Akilaface" under the post. This comment got him in hot water with the rapper and her team. In the cease and desist letter, Megan demanded that he delete the comment. She also instructed him not to speak about their professional relationship again or she might be forced to take him to court. 

In other news, Megan recently dropped off her horror-themed web series Megan Thee Stallion P.I. in Hottieween. The series, which was directed by Teyana Taylor, stars Dave East, Jay Cole, and Megan.

The rapper was also featured in Coach's holiday ad campaign.


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