ATTRATK said that they didn’t plagiarize the Turkish singer Evrencan Gündüz.
On Might 4th, ATTRAKT, FIFTY FIFTY’s company, addressed the continued plagiarism allegations with CBS No Reduce Information: “Concerning the latest plagiarism allegations of FIFTY FIFTY’s single ‘Cupid’ within the media, we checked with the unique creator (Adam Von Mentzer, Mac Felländer-Tsai, Louise Udin) and acquired a reply that stated, ‘I didn’t know in regards to the Turkish tune, and though there are similarities because of the nature of pop music, I don’t assume it’s plagiarism’”.
ATTRAKT additionally stated: “We admire the media’s curiosity in FIFTY FITFY,” including, “We ask on your understanding that the response has been delayed as a consequence of time distinction. Please chorus from any extra rumors and speculations”.
When requested if the corporate had contacted the Turkish singer Evrencan Gündüz, they stated they’d not.
The title monitor “Cupid” from FIFTY FITFY’s first single, “The Starting: Cupid” launched in February this 12 months has garnered main success abroad. It entered at 18th place on the U.Ok.’s Official Singles Chart Prime 100 and is the best rating achieved by a feminine Ok-pop act.
Nevertheless, on April 27th, Turkish singer Evrencan Gündüz raised a priority that FIFTY FIFTY’s
“Cupid” is just like his tune “Sen Aşkımızdan”, which was launched 4 years in the past. The comparability video went viral on varied social media platforms.