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Why Is This Chinese Rapper Insulting B.A.P Fans?

By Edward Leary | August 31, 2017 07:18 PM EDT

Babyz, the K-Pop fandom of boy group B.A.P, have uncovered another Chinese artist who has been stealing concepts and accused of plagiarism.

Chinese rapper Zhang Xue Fei was accused of copying B.A.P's ''Fermata'', which was a track included on the album 'NOIR'. A user uploaded a video comparison and clip of the rappers song on their Twitter and it started to circulate across Weibo, a popular Chinese SNS platform.

Fans, both Chinese and Korean, immediately demanded the artist admit he copied B.A.P and make a public apology. Instead, the rapper became angry and violently insulted Babyz by calling them "Bitches" and "Brainless."

The downpour of negative comments and insults continued as the rapper even stated, That's all the fans you have after convening? Boy group out of date as expected. B*tches B.A.P." He also fired back at BABY's criticism, and stated, "And I'm not changing. Angry?" The rapper ended things harshly saying, "I know bap is a stupid cunt boy band. Potatoes are for eating no? (Aren't you full/already had enough?)." Do you think the songs are similar?

Due to the mass hate comments received on his profile after insulting Babyz, Zhang Xue Fei has disabled comments on his account - especially after fans mocked him for being a poor excuse of a rapper with so little followers.

Tagged :  BAP, Zhang Xue Fei, plagiarism

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