Flow G and Skusta Clee of Ex Battalion, Accused of Plagiarism by BTS Fans

Fans of the South Korean group BTS are accusing Ex Battalion members Flow G and Skusta Clee of allegedly plagiarizing the song “Ddaeng” by the internationally acclaimed boy band.

Flow G and Skusta Clee of Ex Battalion, Accused of Plagiarism by BTS Fans
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The two members of the Filipino rap group called Ex Battalion are trending today on social media, especially on Twitter for allegedly copying a BTS song.

According to BTS fans known as Army, the 1 minute song by Flow G and Skusta Clee titled “DEYM” is similar to the song “Ddaeng” released by BTS on June 10, 2018.

Meanwhile, fans are asking their fellow ARMYs to report it on the BTS label, BigHit Entertainment.

Flow G and Skusta Clee have not made an official statement yet but in a tweet by Skusta he said: “Hindi namin ginaya ‘yon oy! EZ LANG KAYO,” he said.

The song “Ddaeng” by BTS was composed by J. Pearl and BTS member Suga and sung by three rappers of the group.

The song is based on the Korean card game Go-Stop.

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, this is not the first time the Ex Battalion has been linked to the issue of plagiarism.

In 2018, they were accused of allegedly copying the beats of Diamond Style’s song “One Kiss” in their hit song “Hayaan Mo Sila.”

Ex Battalion’s music video for the said song was removed from YouTube due to copyright issue but was later restored.

However, in a statement, the group clarified, “Nothing was stolen! It was paid! It is clear, was paid!”

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