There is no love lost between Megan Thee Stallion and Carl Crawford.
Crawford, the former Major League Baseball superstar, is now reacting online to a viral clip of Megan sticking her middle finger up instead of performing the lyrics “I’m the 1501 queen.” The 1501 Certified Entertainment CEO shared his thoughts on his Instagram stories after an old clip of Meg performing resurfaced online.
In the clip, Stallion could be seen raising her middle finger and remaining silent instead of rapping the lyrics “I’m the 1501 queen,” as a way of dissing her former label.
Crawford jumped online and fired back.
“See I really be minding my business,” Carl Crawford began before blasting the rapper. “Nah F### U Seahorse!!” he added.
“Song should be called Faker than Fake,” he declared, suggesting the star is less than authentic.
Crawford also fired a shot at the Houston native’s manager, T. Farris, whom he blames for the feud between him and Megan.
Crawford was accused of having Megan under a terrible contract and claimed it was all her manager’s fault.
“This guy [T. Farris] really took advantage of me and her [Megan Thee Stallion],” Crawford explained on The Bootleg Kev Podcast. “People don’t know, that contract had nothing to do with me. This guy T. Farris and her mom did the whole thing. So they do this deal, they bring it to me, they happy with it.”