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Julius Malema Opens Up About Helping Fifi Cooper

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Ambitiouz Entertainment is notorious for its bad contracts and legal battles with former artists who want out. While A-Reece and Emtee are the most popular example of an artist who had a fall out with the label and pubicly put them on blast, some other artists were not so vocal about their departure like Motswako boss lady Fifi Cooper who left in 2017 alongside the first wave of artists to exit the label.

EFFpolitician and South African Member of Parliament Julius ‘Juju’ Malema while being interviewed on MacG’s podcast and chill revealed that he stepped in to help Fifi Cooper, real name Refilwe Boingotlo Moeketsi, with her nasty legal feud with Ambitiouz which has led to a steady decline in her finances and career.

“I did. I like helping artists because they are underrated in South Africa, and they are not given the special attention they deserve because, without them, we would be a depressed nation.” Julius Malema said.

The Mostwako song recently released a song to address her battles and feuds and people that turned their backs on her.

Since the first exodus other artists that have fallen out with the label include Priddy Ugly and most recently Blaq Diamond.

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