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Nigerian Singer, Lyta Getting Dragged In Asia For Plagiarizing Music Video Of Kpop Artiste, GOT7

Lyta “Hold Me Down” plagiarized GOT7 “Just Right” music video.

Nigerian singer, Lyta is getting dragged on Asian Twitter for heavily plagiarizing a music video from Kpop artiste, GOT7.

Nigerian Singer, Lyta Getting Dragged In Asia For Plagiarizing Music Video Of Kpop Artiste, GOT7 1

Lyta released the music video for his latest single “Hold Me Down” on Friday, August 14, 2020, and has already racked up over 400,000 views on YouTube.

However, it didn’t take long before K-Pop fans noticed the significant similarities between “Hold Me Down” and the music video for GOT7’s hit song “Just Right” with over 300 million views.

Watch the two videos below and compare the similarities.

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Meanwhile, Furious K-Pop fans are calling on Lyta to explain and apologize for the similarities using the hashtag #ApologiseLyta.

This is coming just four days after Lyta signed to Naira Marley’s record label, Marlian Music.

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