Local motswako rapper Fifi Cooper has been caught up in a legal battle with her former label Ambitiouz Entertainment for a while.
This after the record label slapped Fifi with a court interdict for breach of contract and an effective gag order which prevented her from performing her own material.
The star’s troubles with the label, however, seem to have come to an end after Julius Malema and his party, the EFF, stepped in to lend a much needed helping hand.
Fifi, whose real name is Refilwe Boingotlo Moeketsi, is now hoping to put all her recent struggles behind her and focus on releasing her music, something her fans will have long been looking forward to.
The Kisses hit-maker took to social media to express her gratitude to Malema and the EFF for their assistance in the matter.
“I would like to thank Julius Malema and the Economic Freedom Fighters for helping me with the case,” she wrote on her Instagram.
“The war is ALMOST over and I don’t really know how to thank Mr Malema. It’s been a very stressful year and I’m very happy the case is over now!! Now we can finally drop the album.”
Fifi is not the only artist to have had problems with Ambitiouz Entertainment with rapper A Reece and rap duo BenchMarq also parting ways with the label.