Fifi Cooper. Supplied

Local rapper Boingotlo 'Fifi Cooper' Mooketsi has been hit with a court interdict by her former record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment, which prevents her from performing her own songs.

On Thursday, Ambitiouz Entertainment gained a court interdict against Fifi Cooper for breach of contract from the Gauteng High Court which among other things prevents her from performing her own music.

This comes after the rapper abruptly left the record label in February with felow artists A-Reece and duo B3nchMarQ. She stated that the reason for her exit is because she had issues with the owner Kgosi Mahumapelo with regards to her finances.


In a statement released on the record label's Twitter page, Ambitiouz Entertainment lists the terms of the interdict which includes:
  • claiming ownership or copywright of her songs she recorded while at Ambitiouz Entertainment
  • performing any of "her" song in public & adapting them for perfoming them in public
  • reproducing the songs
  • deleting all sound recordings in her possession
  • pay damages and royalties to Ambitiouz Entertainment
  • and pay legal costs to Ambitiouz Entertainment.
Fans of the 'Kuze Kuse' rapper's fans showed their support for her current legal troubles with the EFF even offering to help her fight back.