Italian singer Seiell recently released a song called “Scenne Nennè”, and ARMYs are calling the artist out for how similar it sounds to BTS‘s “Fake Love”.
OH YOU HAVE TO BE KIDDING ME… pic.twitter.com/8MePA5HJ2m
— m. (@cultmins) November 6, 2019
The song is almost identical, with Seiell’s version only being a tad bit lower in tone and having more of a bass. Other than that, fans are saying that the song is a straight rip-off of BTS’s.
When asked about possible lawsuits from BTS’s company, Big Hit Entertainment, he had this to say,
Stop bothering me, it doesn’t like anything, this is my song. Kill yourselves and your four stupid Chinese idiots.
He continues to make homophobic and racist towards BTS on his social media, primarily Instagram.
here is the translation of the ig stories “dissing” song that he made after armys messaged him about fake love pic.twitter.com/U7LwMLG6I8
— мooncнιld (@boyinlove) November 7, 2019
ARMYs are urging people to send their reports and complaints to Big Hit Entertainment, with the hopes of a lawsuit.
ARMYs we bring to your attention this song which is clearly a plagiarism of "Fake Love" by @BTS_twt. They weren't credited anywhere so we ask you to report it to @BigHitEnt on twitter and by email!
👉🏻 https://t.co/uRRGEAe1r4 do not open the link, simply paste it in your reports! https://t.co/8L119Cyj1d
— BTS_ITALIA (BICS) (@bts_italiabics) November 7, 2019