Netizens Accuse Rapper Dean Plagiarism He Responds To The Claims

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Netizens Accuse Rapper Dean Plagiarism & He Responds To The Claims
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Netizens Accuse Rapper Dean Plagiarism & He Responds To The Claims

Recently, netizens have accused rapper Dean of plagiarism because of similarities found in his track "Where."

Dean produced the track "Where" for 'Show Me The Money Season 6' when he was accused of plagiarizing ''I'm the One'' by DJ Khaled. Dean seemed angered and burdened by the claims and left this response on his personal Twitter.

Dean sent this message to DJ Khaled via Twitter saying, "Do you think this song copied your song 'I'm the One'? Connect the link and play the song plz,"with an attachment of his song "Where."

Dean Responds To Plagiarism Accusations For Where From Show Me The Money 6
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Dean Responds To Plagiarism Accusations For Where From Show Me The Money 6

On August 12, Dean responded through Instagram posts to accusations that his track Where from Mnets Show Me The Money 6 was plagiarized from DJ Khaleds Im The One.

In his initial post, which as since been deleted, Dean uploaded a video comparing Where with Im The One stating, What plagiarism. If using the synth bass is plagiarism then everything must be plagiarism. prod by me. I didnt even use DJ Khaleds song for reference.

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EXIDs Agency Responds To Alleged Plagiarism Of Up And Down
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EXIDs Agency Responds To Alleged Plagiarism Of Up And Down

EXIDs agency has responded to reports that Up and Down may have been plagiarized.

Last month, Thai company Cathy Doll released a track called Tone Me Up with an official music video. Soon after, many viewers commented that the introduction, chorus, and even choreography are similar to EXIDs hit track Up and Down.

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In response to the accusations made by fans, EXIDs agency commented, We are currently assessing the details of the controversy.

Mnet Responds To Claims That Idol School Video Plagiarized Japanese Advertisement
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Mnet Responds To Claims That Idol School Video Plagiarized Japanese Advertisement

On July 4, Mnets Idol School responded to accusations that the programs promotional video plagiarized a Japanese advertisement.

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A source from the show commented, This is a program with a school setting, and the locations in a school where lots of participants can dance together are limited to spots such as the field, classrooms, hallways, roof, and gymnasium, and added that the water pouring down is a scene used often in media including movies.

Zicos Artist MV Director Responds To Rumors Of Plagiarism
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Zicos Artist MV Director Responds To Rumors Of Plagiarism

Zicos music video for Artist has recently come under suspicion of plagiarism.

The MV for Artist was released on July 12 along with his new album, Television. Soon after its release, people began pointing out similarities between the video and French singer-songwriter Jains Makeba, including scene transitions where the video appears to crumple up like paper and the use of animal print motifs.

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Makeba was released last November and has previously been selected as Best of the Month on the video site Vimeo.