Naira Marley reacts as Lyta gets dragged into South Korean K-Pop over plagiarism

Naira Marley reacts as Lyta gets dragged into South Korean K-Pop over plagiarism

Nigerian controversial singer, Naira Marley has responded to the current accusations against Lyta of plagiarism.

Shortly after Lyta released her first single “Hold me down Under the music of Marl, K pop fans have trained the singer on plagiarism. pointed out the similarities between his video and “Just Right” by South Korean K-pop boy group GOT7. It was also said the singer also picked up the concept of another music video titled “Boys Love” from South Korea’s “BTS”.

So far, the music video has amassed over 400,000 streams and over 70,000 dislikes, mostly from South Korean fans. Naira Marley, who just signed the singer to his Marlian label three days ago, took to Twitter to respond.

See his tweets below:

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