Carl Crawford, the former manager of Megan Thee Stallion, has spoken out once again about the star's success, saying that the needs to be "rewarded" for the "risks" he took for the rapper before she blew up.
"At the end of the day, we just keep it business. I haven't spoken to her since she signed to Roc Nation, so it's no issue with me being around or nothing like that. She still can work, I can develop artists, and we can move on. That's what I'm all about, just moving forward. At the end of the day, I know the work that I put into that situation, she understands what I did, and I have to be rewarded for the risk I took. That's just the nature of the business," Crawford said during a recent interview.
He continued: "That's the industry. Unfortunately for whatever reason, I wasn't tuned in about it. I had the powers that be, you know, come at me a certain way, and I had to go get J. Prince. Me and J. Prince made a post together before her post, but everybody thinks I did it after and was all upset. At the time, I wasn't even aware of her signing… It was a little strange. I chalk all my mishaps to the industry," adding that Meg is still signed to his label.