Nigerian Singer, Lyta Accused Of Plagiarizing K-Pop GOT7’s “Just Right” Music Video.

Popular Nigerian Singer, Lawal Opeyemi Raimi, known professionally as Lyta, has been accused of Plagiarizing K-Pop GOT7’s “Just Right” Music Video.

Fans of popular Korean Pop Singers, GOT7 are up in arms after discovering that Nigerian singer Lyta’s newly released music video has significant similarities with the group’s 2016 hit “Just Right”.

The music video for his latest track, “Hold Me Down”, dropped yesterday (August 14) and has already racked up over 300,000 views on YouTube. However, it didn’t take K-Pop fans long to notice the significant similarities between “Hold Me Down” and the music video for GOT7’s hit “Just Right”.

Just like “Hold Me Down”, GOT7’s “Just Right” starts with a girl sitting at a vanity table. Even the placement of the furniture and framing of the shot is the same in these two music videos.

Here is a video clip comparing both video below;

Furious fans are calling on GOT7’s JYP Entertainment to take legal action, as well as asking Lyta to explain and apologize for the similarities.

See some comments below;

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