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Lyta Guilty Of Music Video Theft, He Apologises, Naira Marley Reacts

Marlian Records Boss Naira Marley who recently signed Nigerian Singer Lyta to his record label has reacted to Lyta being accused of music video plagiarism by fans of South Korean K Pop boy band GOT7.

Lyta is being accused of using the same concept on Hold Me Down Video which was used in K Pop boy band GOT7 music video for their hit song Just Right in 2016.

Naira Marley said in his Instagram story that Lyta is not the director that the Director should come and answer them.

The Director, Wgfilms has since gone private on his Instagram account, avoiding all questions.

Lyta's Hold Me Down video which has gotten more dislikes than likes as it had 128,000 dislikes and just 9,800 likes before they hid the likes and turned off comments on the video.

We took out time to watch both videos and discovered that they left no stoned unturned as they copied everything spot on from Just Right music video and used it exactly on Hold Me Down Music Video and the said music video for Just Right which was uploaded five years ago has about 335 million views.

Watch Both Videos Below

On Lyta's Hold Me Down music video description, they have edited it and have given credit to GOT7 that their music video for Just Right inspired Hold Me Down Music Video.

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