Rapper Fifi Cooper has accepted legal assistance from the EFF to fight her former record label Ambitiouz. Photo: Supplied

Fifi Cooper has accepted EFF assistance to "fight back against the corrupt & exploitative record company!"

The Kuze Kuse hitmaker released a statement that she is accepting the assistance from EFF: 

"I did not have money to fight Ambitiouz Entertainment who have been using a powerful law firm against me. I felt hopeless until the EFF President Julius Malema contacted me and offered the help of EFF. I can confirm that I have met with the EFF's lawyers and they will file an urgent court application to rescind the judgement some time next week". 

Fifi Cooper also added that she "would like to also thank the public for the support they have shown since the news broke."

This follows Fifi Cooper's former record label Ambitiouz Entertainment gaining a court interdict against the rapper on Thursday.

According to court interdict obtained from the Gauteng High Court, it prevents her from performing her own music - this comes after the Kisses hit maker left the record label together with fellow artists A-Reece and duo B3nchMarQ earlier in the year.

In a statement posted on Twitter, EFF offered to assist the rapper.

"We have seen the injustice caused on Fifi Cooper by Ambitious Entertainment which is politically associated with the corrupt North West Premier, Supra Mahumapelo. We have contacted Fifi with the willingness to help her fight back against the corrupt & exploitative record company!"