- Angelica Jane Yap defends her boyfriend Flow G against accusations that he and Skusta Clee plagiarized "Ddaeng" of BTS
- The song in question is "Deym" and many BTS fans pointed out that it is very similar to the song of BTS
- In defense, she said that they only heard of Ddaeng now and that the similarity was unintentional as she was there at the time that they made the song
- She also said that her boyfriend lost a P1 million deal because of the plagiarism accusations
Angelica Jane Yap, a.k.a. Pastillas Girl, took to Twitter to defend her boyfriend, Flow G, from bashers who say that he and Skusta Clee plagiarized one of the singles of "BTS" entitled, "Ddaeng."
Fans pointed out the similarity between the two songs and even did a side by side comparison. Angelica said that she is not a K-pop fan but she respects those who are.
She said that for the record if they heard it first, then they could have avoided the misunderstanding.
She also revealed that it saddens her because she was there when the song was created, and she also extended an apology if they somehow offended others.
Se also said that Flow G lost a million-peso deal because of the issue.
When Pinoy BTS fans called out Flow G and Skusta Clee for allegedly plagiarizing BTS' "Ddaeng," Skusta Clee immediately took to Twitter and said that they did not copy the song so those who are saying such must at least relax.
As for Pastillas Girl, she recently gave a tour of her new home. It's a lavish 3-storey home that she showed to everyone.
Flow G and Pastillas Girl have been in a relationship for quite some time now. She has been very open about her relationship with the rapper.
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