- Skusta Clee took to Twitter to hit back at Pinoy BTS fans who accused Ex-Battalion of plagiarizing one of the Korean boy band's hit singles
- Pinoy BTS ARMY took to social media to say that Ex-Battalion's "Deym" was a rip off of BTS' "Ddaeng"
- Many even included a side by side comparison in an attempt to prove their point
- Skusta then addressed such accusations by saying, "Hindi namin ginaya ýon oy! EZ LANG KAYO"
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Skusta Clee, a member of Pinoy rap group Ex-Battalion, took the time to hit back at the Pinoy fans of BTS, who are accusing the group of plagiarizing a hit song of the Korean pop group.
Fans stated that Ex-B's 1-minute "Deym" sounds similar to BTS' "Ddaeng."
"Deym" was released on Sept. 22, 2020, as a soundtrack of a local clothing brand, while "Ddaeng" was released on June 10, 2018, through SoundCloud.
Skusta then took to Twitter and said, "Hindi namin ginaya yon oy! EZ LANG KAYO."
Looking back, one could recall that Ex-Battalion was also previously accused of plagiarizing the beats of "One Kiss" by Diamond Style. The song under fire was "Hayaan Mo Sila."
Subsequently, the music video of "Hayaan Mo Sila" was taken down from YouTube because of copyright issues.
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Previously, Skusta Clee became controversial when he had a word war with Ryssi Avila, another vlogger who was also "close" to him.
Zeinab Harake is another vlogger, whom Skusta crossed swords with.
Skusta Clee is a member of Ex-Battalion. He recently collaborated with Flow G for the song "Deym."
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