Netizens have been in a frenzy ever since they learned that megastar Rihanna unfollowed Megan Thee Stallion on Instagram. 

Megan had always gushed about the former and expressed her desire to someday collaborate with the soon-to-be mother. 

Rihanna echoed the same sentiment as she had followed the H Town Hottie in 2019 and in May 2020 appointed the ‘Savage’ rapper as a brand ambassador for Savage X Fenty. 

Megan had done several photoshoots for Rihanna’s lingerie line as an ambassador. 

But recently, fans noticed that all of her pictures had been deleted from the Savage X Fenty website. 

According to Twitterati, one reason for the bad blood between the two is that ASAP Rocky was cheating on Rihanna with Megan Thee Stallion. 

Megan Thee Stallion for Rihanna's Savage X Fenty

Megan Thee Stallion for Savage X Fenty (Source: Megan Thee Stallion/Instagram)

Pop Faction, a news, and media outlet, claimed that they had received a blind item about Rocky cheating with Megan Thee Stallion.

The cheating scandal has not been verified, but on March 21, HollywoodLife reported that Rocky and RiRi had made progress in their relationship. 

A source close to RiRi told the outlet that the couple might get engaged soon.

Megan Thee Stallion and Carl Crawford Record Label Drama

So far, nothing has been confirmed about why Rihanna unfollowed Megan, but comments made by Carl Crawford have offered new insights. 

Crawford is the CEO of 1501 Certified Ent., Megan’s label and the two parties have been embroiled in litigation since 2020.

Earlier in February, Megan’s legal team filed a petition asking for her 2021 album Something for Thee Hotties to be considered an album under their recording agreement. 

According to the court documents, the rapper’s legal team claimed that 1501 didn’t classify the Something for Thee Hotties as an “album.”

But Megan’s lawyers iterated that the label was trying to “squeeze more money and unpaid work out of her for as long as possible.”

On March 21, TMZ reported that 1501 had counter-sued, claiming that Something for Thee Hotties was not an album because it failed to meet a few requirements. 

For it to be considered an album, Megan must include at least 12 “new and unreleased master recordings of studio performances.”

1501 claimed that the new album only had 29 minutes of new material and contained many old, previously released materials.

Megan Thee Stallion and Carl Crawford Online Feud

Following the news of the countersuit, Megan took her legal battle online and called Crawford a “power head.”

The rapper questioned the record label owner as to why he had not dropped her instead of keeping her to make more money when she wasn’t profitable or him. 

She added she had not wanted to take the matter online, but she was done being painted like the bad guy. 

The rapper also asked Crawford to stop lying about how she owed him money and accused him of chasing clout. 

In responses, Crawford took to his Instagram stories and claimed that Megan was lying and that the truth would come out soon. 

“This is coming from a bona fide alcoholic who [slept with] the whole industry, including her best friend’s [boyfriend],” said Crawford. 

Fans began wondering if Crawford’s claim about Megan sleeping with the whole industry had anything to do with Rocky. 

Hopefully, new developments will offer a clearer insight into this matter.