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Naira Marley reacts as Lyta gets dragged by South Korean K-pop over plagiarism

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Soon after Lyta released his first single, “Hold Me Down” under Marlian music, K-pop fans dragged him over plagiarism. They noted the similarities between his video and “Just Right” by South Korean K-pop boy band GOT7.

So far, the music video has earned over 400 thousand streams and over 700 thousand dislikes from South Korean fans on YouTube. Naira Marley, who recently signed in Lyta to his Marlian record took to Twitter to react to the accusation.

See his tweets below:

@officialnairamarley1 – Lyta, they’re dragging ur hair in Asia right now. Lyta’s not the video director mf. #ApologiseLyta

@officialnairamarley1 – What if it was ikorodubois that directed Lyta’s new video? Lyta enjoy your streams mehn.

@officialnairamarley1 – Plagiarism ko, Polygamy ni