Carl Crawford, the CEO of Megan Thee Stallion's record label lost his latest battle to prevent her from releasing music.
But he's says he's unbothered.
"Even when I lose I still win [strong arm emoji]," he wrote. "Don't let that go over y'all head [I Love You hand sign emoji]."
Megan Thee Stallion, whose legal name is Megan Pete, says 1501 Certified Entertainment blocked the release of the song in a court filing. She names Crawford in the lawsuit.
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She says the label said BTS -- one of the biggest pop bands in the world, would not be good for her career.
Megan said that 1501 blocking the release could be detrimental to her career, and that her ties with BTS could be "severely damaged" if the order weren't granted -- causing "irreparable damage" to Megan's work.
Megan wants off the label but they won't let her go.