Lyta's 'Hold Me Down' Video Receives Backlash For Plagiarism


Many from the Asian community are reporting Lyta's  'Hold Me Down' music video for allegedly copying the entire video concept of a 2016 hit record, 'Just Right' by an Asian group, GOT7.

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Lyta had released his own video on the 13th of August and the Asian community, seeing the similarities in both videos dragged the young Marlian Music artiste for copying without reservation, the creative work of one their top acts.

As at the time of this post, #ApologizeLyta is trending in countries like Thailand and Philippines as they demand that Naira Marley and his label release a statement to apologize for the copying which, according to them, is in no way a reference to Just right by GOT7.

The video presently has more dislikes than likes on Youtube as people express their disappointment at both Lyta and the director.

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Lyta's 'Hold me down' on Youtube

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