South Africa: Court rules in favour of Record Label against Female Rapper Fifi Cooper
South African female rapper Fifi Cooper has been slapped in the face with a court interdict refraining her from any public performance of the songs released under her record label Ambitious Entertainment.
Fifi Cooper and fans shocked at the court interdict that has ruled against her performing any of the songs she released via Ambitious Entertainment plus more.Checkout: Babes Wodumo & Ntando Duma stuns in New Bikini Photos
These are the types of experiences that always remind us to read the terms & conditions of a document and the fine print in contracts.
Earlier in the afternoon on Monday, 27 November, Ambitious Entertainment which represented Fifi Cooper as one of their artists posted on Twitter an official statement released by the High Court with regards to the matter between the record label and Fifi Cooper.
In February the rapper left the record label after experiencing royalty and contractual disagreements with Ambitious Records, which led to her departure from the record label.
She was then later followed by A-Reece and Bench-Marq and ever since her departure from the label there has been serious bad-blood between Fifi and Ambitious Entertainment.Also checkout: Nasty C talks about Sleeping with Grade 9 Student Scandal
What was left of the “relationship” between Fifi and the record label is officially over, especially after Ambitious Entertainment released this statement from the High Court that clearly stipulates that Fifi Cooper does not own any of the songs she recorded at Ambitious Entertainment and cannot perform any of those songs in public plus a whole lot more.
Here’s part of the statement.
Official Statement: High Court Matter Between Ambitious Group (PTY) (LTD) and Fifi Cooper. pic.twitter.com/st8OdhDZKM
— Ambitiouz Ent (@Ambitiouz_Ent) November 27, 2017