Iggy Azalea
Rap artist Iggy Azalea arrives at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada May 17, 2015. Reuters/L.E. Baskow

Australian rapper Iggy Azalea has reportedly withdrawn her lawsuit that she had filed against her ex-boyfriend Maurice Williams in September 2014.

The original complaint alleged that Williams “downloaded the entire contents of Azalea’s personal computer, including the [songs], onto a jump drive without her consent,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. This happened when they were in a relationship from 2008 to 2009.

Azalea now has agreed to dismiss the lawsuit, and the motion to dismiss was filed Tuesday in California courts, Entertainment Weekly reported. The reason behind this decision has not been revealed.

Initially, Azalea, whose real name is Amethyst Kelly, was asking for a declaration that she owns all the rights to the unreleased songs. In addition to that, she was also seeking damages. She claimed that Williams had incorporated some of her unnamed, unreleased sound recordings into his sound recordings, which he called “Red Bottoms” and “Supernova.”

Williams, on the other hand, claimed that it is the Australian rapper who gave him the permission to exclusively “manufacture, sell, distribute and advertise ‘any’ recording embodying visual images,” TMZ reported.

Meanwhile, rapper Wiz Khalifa has removed Azalea from the newly released version of their song “Go Hard or Go Home.” The re-released song does not feature Azalea’s voice. She has been replaced by French Montana, Trey Songz and Ty Dolla $ign, Sydney Morning Herald reported. Both Azalea and Khalifa’s names are on the songwriting credits for “Go Hard or Go Home.”

And Azalea, who is reportedly engaged to NBA basketball player Nick Young, has announced that her planned single with pop star Demi Lovato will not be released, following the cancellation of her Great Escape tour. The Australian rapper told Seventeen that she needs a “mental break.”

“On top of that, mentally, to be honest with you, I just feel like I deserve a break. I’ve been going non-stop for the past two years, nearly every single day,” she said.

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