The campy single became a hit, but Kandi claimed that she was paid almost nothing for her producing help. She tried to get iTunes to stop selling the song, but it didn't work. Kandi sued Kim and hired co-star Phaedra, a lawyer to stars like Bobby Brown, to represent her.
Five months after the suit was first filed, an Atlanta judge has ruled in favor of Kim. That means that she can keep selling the single and doesn't owe Kandi any more money. The judge seemed to agree that Kandi was using the lawsuit to get publicity for her spinoff The Kandi Factory, which was cancelled due to low ratings.
As for Kim, she'll continue with her Bravo show Don't Be Tardy, which follows her life with husband Kroy Biermann and their kids. They currently have four, but Kim recently announced that she's expecting yet again - and this time, it's twins!