The unreleased songs from Azalea were reportedly obtained by Jefe after he retrieved the rapper’s laptop. Jefe then used the songs to release a mixtape titled, Inizio.
Jefe was blocked from releasing the songs following a preliminary injunction issued by a federal judge in Los Angeles this week.
Late last year, court documents from Azalea’s lawsuit against Jefe were made public. In them, she accused her ex of “terrible abuse,” “unwelcome sexual advances,” and more.
“I was running out of money and thought I would have to return home to Australia,” Iggy Azalea said in the court documents. “Williams convinced me to stay by promising to furnish a vacant property he owned for me to live in. He told me I should stay with him and sleep on his couch while he arranged to furnish my place. I naively trusted him. Almost immediately after I moved my things into his apartment Williams became aggressive and possessive and made unwelcome sexual advances. He isolated me and told me to stop communicating with my musical collaborators. He intercepted contact information from my new acquaintances, never left me alone with other people, and followed me everywhere. When I told him I wanted to leave, he threatened to ruin my career by calling his supposed music industry contacts and telling them not to work with me.”
TMZ reports that the case involving Iggy Azalea and Jefe Wine is still ongoing.
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