New Boy Group 14u Accused Of Plagiarizing Seventeens Choreography Red Velvets Greetings

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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. 

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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. 

Taiwanese group Under Lover accused of plagiarizing BEAST’s Ribbon
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Taiwanese group Under Lover accused of plagiarizing BEAST’s Ribbon

Fans pointed out that the melody for Under Lovers new song flight may be plagiarized from BEASTs Ribbon.

Taiwanese duo Under Lover recently released their new song flight however fans have noticed that the melody of the song is similar to BEASTs Ribbon.

Cube Entertainment is the partial copyright holder of the song because it was released under BEAST, prior to the formation of Highlight.

They confirmed that they will be looking into the issue to determine whether there was any plagiarism or not and that they will work with Around Us Entertainment on the case.

TWICE accused of plagiarizing Hailee Steinfeld's 'Starving' + Lovelyz's choreography for 'WoW!'
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TWICE accused of plagiarizing Hailee Steinfeld's 'Starving' + Lovelyz's choreography for 'WoW!'

TWICE is involved in multiple plagiarism accusations with their new album 'Signal'.

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Users on online communities are accusing the girl group of plagiarizing ''Starving'' by Hailee Steinfeld. Netizens claim the acoustic start and the melody from TWICE's "Someone Like Me" sound extremely similar to ''Starving'' by the American artist.

In response to the accusations, JYP Entertainment stated on May 16, "We're currently checking with the producer of 'Starving'. We will make an announcement after confirmation."

Former Idol Group Underdog Member Steelo Accused of Smuggling Drugs, His Former Agency Responds
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Former Idol Group Underdog Member Steelo Accused of Smuggling Drugs, His Former Agency Responds

This former idol group member was arrested for facilitating the smuggling of drugs into Korea.

The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency had been investigating a large drug smuggling ring where suspects were hiding drugs in international mail or travel packets and having them sent to Korea, specifically Gangnam. UnderdogSteelo was one of 19 suspects out of a total of 101 who were arrested on April 26.

Steelo reportedly confirmed the allegations, saying that he was asked to participate in the drug smuggling and willing agreed to do so.

TWICE Criticized For Allegedly Plagiarizing Hailee Steinfeld’s ‘Starving’ & Lovelyz’s Choreography
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TWICE Criticized For Allegedly Plagiarizing Hailee Steinfeld’s ‘Starving’ & Lovelyz’s Choreography

Twice has been receiving countless positive achievements since its debut. However, the group that recently dropped its latest album is currently under fire after people in online communities accusing it of plagiarism.

According to Allkpop, TWICE is involved in multiple plagiarism accusations with its latest album "Signal". Netizens notice the similarity between TWICE's "Someone Like Me" and Hailee Steinfeld's "Starving," especially in the acoustic start.

JYP Entertainment stated that it's not aware of the accusations. The label is still checking it with the producer of "Starving." JYP's representative promises its party will make an announcement once it settled.