A day after publicly airing grievances she had with her record label (1501 Certified Entertainment) on an Instagram livestream, Megan Thee Stallion has filed a lawsuit against that company and its CEO, which would be ex-baseball player Carl Crawford. For those who haven't been following or need a brief reminder, Megan's main contention is that 1501 isn't letting her release new music because she wanted to renegotiate her contract.  

According to TMZ, a Harris County, Texas district judge is giving Megan a temporary restraining order which means her label can't block music she plans to put out on Friday. Cue this tweet: