Don't look at me, look at my label.
Megan Thee Stallion addressed accusations that she has been liking comments on her YouTube page that criticize Cardi B, pointing the finger at her label 1501 Certified Entertainment for "trying to start fake beef" with one of her peers. "I did not like no damn stupid ass comment like this. I don’t even upload my own shit to my YouTube my label does," the rapper responded. "I DO NOT HAVE A PROBLEM WITH ANYBODY. I don’t like drama I do not bring other females down stop trying to start fake beef."
It all started with someone noticing that Megan's YouTube page was liking comments, such as "So I'm guessing y'all females leaving Cardi B in 2019," and "She exceeded Cardi," which were clearly throwing shade at the "Bodak Yellow" rapper.
With passing the blame onto 1501, Megan continues the hostile relationship she's had with her label, which came to a head when she was granted a temporary restraining order earlier this month which allowed her to release the project Suga. Their dispute was forced to play out in the courts when the Houston native tried to renegotiate a new contract after her new management team at Roc Nation showed her how unfair her record deal was.