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This Singer Plagerizes B.A.P's Group Logo

By Edward Leary | August 25, 2017 01:13 PM EDT


China isn't the only one stealing content from Korea anymore! It was recently reported that a Norwegian singer has stolen and used the popular boy group B.A.P's official logo on her album.

The side by side photo has gone viral ever since fans spotted the singer named ODEE using B.A.P's logo next to her name on her album cover titled 'Run To You.' 

The Matoki logo as it is called is a bunny wearing a mask that has been used by the group since 2012. It is a rather famous logo seen on various K-Pop merchandise as well. Fans were immediately angered and turned to social media to circulate the photo and complain at the artist.

Fans are even leaving messages and complaining at the singer's Need Musc Agency by posting on the company's official Instagram account. The agency nor the singer have come forward with any response as to how or why they used the logo.

Tagged :  B.A.P, Odee, plagiarism


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