Kandi is suing Kim for profits from the song, and on October 12, a judge ruled in favor of Kim. But now Kandi tells Us Weekly that she still has a case and that she’s continuing in her legal battle.
"Kim really didn't win. That was just one level of it," Kandi says. "Now it goes back to other levels of the court and it's still going on."
Kandi maintains that her lawsuit isn’t really about getting money from Kim. "It's just the principal of it at this point," she says. "It's not about the money. I'm doing great otherwise. It's all just silly. It's not a big deal to me. I've got my daughter and my fiancé and am working on new music and a Broadway show that I will star in! So it's all good."
Kandi filed the lawsuit in March, alleging that their 2009 song was sold "without [the] plaintiffs' authorization, license or consent." Kim then responded by filing her own legal documents that accused Kandi of using the lawsuit as a publicity stunt for her now-canceled series, The Kandi Factory. So many legal documents!
We’re hoping these two can find a way to resolve their differences amicably and can put an end to the courtroom ugliness.