Megan Thee Stallion received some good news on this Friday the 13th. A Texas District Court judge has just extended her restraining order against her record label, 1501 Certified Entertainment, Complex reports.

The “Captain Hook” rapper’s restraining order was originally supposed to end on Mar. 16. It has now been extended until the next court hearing. The date for the hearing has not been set, but it will reportedly be within a week of another hearing for a separate issue.

The restraining order prevented Carl Crawford and his 1501 label from stopping Megan from releasing music. She first went public with her issues with her label on Instagram live.

During the live, Megan said that she is currently signed to two record labels, 1501 and 300 Entertainment. After she recently signed a management deal with Roc Nation, she was informed of things in her contract with 1501 that raised a concern to her management team. She says she went to 1501, which is owned by former MLB player Crawford, and asked for her contract to be renegotiated.

“When I signed, I didn’t really know what was in my contract,” she said on live. “I was young, I think I was like 20. And, I didn’t know everything that was in that contract. So when I signed with Roc Nation, I got real management, I got real lawyers, and they was like ‘do you know this is in your contract?’ I was like, ‘oh damn, that’s crazy no I didn’t know.’”

She continued, “Soon as I said, I wanna renegotiate my contract, everything went left. It just all went bad, it all went left. So now they’re telling a bitch that she can’t drop no music. It’s really just like, a greedy game.”

After the restraining order was issued, Megan released her project Suga on Mar. 6. She recently released visuals for “Captain Hook” “B.I.T.C.H.”