Kpop Fans Accusing Skusta Clee of Plagiarizing BTS' 'Ddaeng'

ARMYs are expressing outrage on social media towards Skusta Clee who is facing a plagiarism issue concerning one BTS song. Last September 22, Skusta Clee featuring Flow-G, launched their single for a clothing line promotion 'Deym - 90's Gang'. A few weeks later, BTS fans heard the song and noticed some close resemblance to BTS Suga, RM, and J-Hope's song Ddaeng which was released in the 2018 BTS Festa, fans are thinking that the rapper had stolen the beat from BTS causing a backlash from the fans.

The rapper defended himself posting on his twitter account, saying that nothing was stolen, he just borrowed Ddaeng's beat and vibe. After the statement, he changed the privacy of his Twitter account to private, as well as deactivating his official Facebook page. K-pop fans also accused him of plagiarizing Bigbang's "Bad Boy" for his track "Wag Ka Nang Magalit."

BTS fans are angry and they wish Skusta Clee will pay for what he did. Now that the rapper deactivated and private his account, fans became more suspicious and angry with him. They even created a hashtag just for the singer #SkustaCleeisGoingtoJailParty.

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