Lyta GOT7 Hold Me Down video update: Lyta disables comments, YouTube Dislike counts



Lyta GOT7 Hold Me Down video sparked outrage with K-pop fans accusing Lyta of plagiarism.

Reacting to the backlash, Lyta has disabled comments on the YouTube video and also disabled YouTube Dislike counts on the video after it got over 86,000 dislikes.

Lyta is newly signed to Naira Marley’s Marlian Music Label, as “ Hold Me Down” is his first music video under Marlian Music Label, which he released on the 13th of August 2020.

The Asian Group GOT7, first released their music video ”Just Right ” in 2016. However, Fans of the Korean Musical Group on seeing the similarities in both Music videos called out Lyta on social media.

Many Asian fans from Thailand and Philippines are reporting Lyta’s music video on Utube, as they demand an apology from Lyta and Marlian Music record label owned by Naira Marley.

Seeing both Music videos side by side, do you think Lyta copied the video concept from GOT7?

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