A New Rookie Group Captured Plagerizing Both Seventeen Red Velvet

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A New Rookie Group Captured Plagerizing Both Seventeen & Red Velvet
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A New Rookie Group Captured Plagerizing Both Seventeen & Red Velvet

It seems no concept is original anymore, as groups, television programs, and even different countries are being called out for plagiarism left and right. This time, a newly debuted boy group by the name of 14U is under fire for stealing concepts, routines, greetings and more.

Just like in the photos shown above, newly debuted rookie boy group 14U have been caught and captured stealing concepts, dance routines and greetings from both Red Velvet and Seventeen, who are both top K-Pop acts currently.

New boy group 14U accused of plagiarizing Seventeen's choreography + Red Velvet's greetings
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New boy group 14U accused of plagiarizing Seventeen's choreography + Red Velvet's greetings

14U is under fire for multiple plagiarism accusations. 

SEE ALSO: Seventeen's hip hop unit drops a fiery 14th mixtape

It's claimed the new boy group used choreography of Seventeen's ''Very Nice'', ''Boom Boom'', and ''Pretty U'' for their song ''VVV''. Below are the screenshots of the controversial dance parts. 

Netizens also pointed out the similar moves in ''Pretty U'' dance practice video at 2:55 and 14U's MV for ''VVV'' at 2:56. 

Seventeen on the left, 14U on the right. 

Billboard names SEVENTEEN the most innovative K-Pop group
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Billboard names SEVENTEEN the most innovative K-Pop group

Billboard has praised SEVENTEEN as one of K-Pops most innovative groups, especially with their newest release, Dont Wanna Cry.

SEVENTEEN recently released their newest EP Al1 with the title song Dont Wanna Cry, where the group tried out something new by going with an EDM song rather than their originally bright and preppy songs.

Billboard introduced SEVENTEENs Dont Wanna Cry in their column, and described it as a sonic shift that signifies a maturing for [SEVENTEEN] as they move from more vibrant, youthful releases.

SEVENTEEN Dubbed 'Most Innovatve K-pop Group' By Billboard; Will They Follow BTS' Footsteps?
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SEVENTEEN Dubbed 'Most Innovatve K-pop Group' By Billboard; Will They Follow BTS' Footsteps?

After BTS' win in the Billboard Music Awards for the Top Social Artist category, it seems that Billboard has developed a growing love for K-pop. SEVENTEEN recently reaped heaping praise from the chart's review of its comeback album "AI1" which Billboard dubbed as the most "innovative" K-pop group.

According to the Billboard review, SEVENTEEN's decision to shift from dance and pop to an edgier EDM sound is a sign that the boys are maturing as a music group. Billboard also saw it as a positive trajectory in SEVENTEEN's career as it heads forward to the US on its world tour this summer.

Rookie boy group Top Secret expresses admiration for BTS
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Rookie boy group Top Secret expresses admiration for BTS

Rookie boy group Top Secret named BTS as admirable sunbaes!

On June 2, Top Secret held a showcase for their 2nd mini album 'Wake Up'. During the event, the group was asked about their favorite senior group, to which Top Secret responded, BTS. 

Yonghyun stated, "We admire them so much that we even monitor all of their variety show appearances. We also watched their attendance at the 'Billboard Music Awards' live. We hope they continue to make K-Pop known throughout the world. We truly admire them."