Iggy Azalea Agrees to Drop Song-Theft Lawsuit Against Ex-Boyfriend

“Fancy” rapper had claimed her early recordings were stolen

Iggy Azalea has decided to kiss and make up with her ex-boyfriend. At least in the courtroom.

“Fancy” rapper Azalea and her ex, Maurice Williams — who goes under a number of aliases, including Jefe Wine — have agreed to dismiss Azalea’s lawsuit against Williams, which claimed that early recordings she made were stolen and released without her consent.

A stipulation for dismissal filed in federal court in California on Tuesday notes that the parties “hereby stipulate to the dismissal, with prejudice” of the suit.

The parties have also agreed to dismiss a cross-complaint filed in the action.

In her suit, filed in September 2014, Azalea — real name: Amethyst Kelly — also claimed that her signature was forged to create a bogus recording contract.

The rapper had claimed that Williams — who she lived with for a short period of time — “downloaded the entire contents of Azalea’s personal computer, including the Unreleased Masters, onto a jump drive without her consent.”

According to Azalea’s suit, Williams then forged her signature from an artist management agreement she’d signed and “created a cut-and-paste” fake recording agreement.

A judge must now agree to the stipulation for dismissal.

Azalea had sought unspecified damages in the suit. The terms of the dismissal were not disclosed.

Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.