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Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada wants no parts of the ongoing feud between her ex-fiance, Carl Crawford, and Megan Thee Stallion -- and says she wants to be kept out of it.

A fan asked Evelyn about the issue between the 1501 Certified Entertainment boss and Meg, Evelyn simply responded, "Did u asked any of his other BM's this? #KeepMeOutOfIt”

Megan applied for a temporary restraining order after 1501 tried to block her from releasing any new music. A judge granted her order, which expires after two weeks, but Crawford went back in court to request that a judge uphold his ban to prevent her from dropping new album, Suga, this Friday.

Meg says that since she's been with the label, which has been over five years, she has only been paid $15,000. Crawford denies this claim.

"How she been paid $15,000? As soon as we signed to 300, I wrote her a check for $50,000, and it's signed with her name on the check. We can show you the proof. That's another thing -- I got all my receipts. They know it. I got all the receipts. We gave her a $10,000 advance when we first signed her and gave it to her mother. I don't know what happened [with that]. 300 gave us a $200,000 check when we first signed. I gave her $50,000 of it. I didn't have to give her that. That was mine at the time," he explained to Billboard.

"And we never told her "no" a day in our lives. She just got on some real hating sh*t or whatever and just didn't want me around. How can I be mean to you? I never was around you. I didn't do nothing. You barely saw me."