Followers imagine that the singers try to keep away from accountability.
Just lately, two singers from Bangladesh gained numerous damaging consideration on social media from BTS followers for allegedly plagiarizing RM‘s music video of “Wildflower.”
The singers in query are Sushmita Anis and Tahsan Khan. The duo launched a single titled “Harai Bohudur” on February 9 throughout all streaming platforms. It didn’t take ARMYs to note that a number of frames of the music video for the tune bore terrible resemblances to the cinematography of the “Wildflower” video, together with the signature fireworks scenes and the same CGI-storm setting.
Didn’t count on one thing like this from you Tahsan. Actually every thing copied from BTS chief RM’s solo observe “wildflower” with out credit score. It is his 4 years hardwork.
Tahsan “Harai Bohudur” : https://t.co/GsHLT2imRA
RM “wildflower” : https://t.co/UCyuFeonmX pic.twitter.com/VaQJ7gRnNS
— Nish⁷ “” (@nishthephoenix) February 11, 2023
— KNJ Society- (@NamjoonFanbase) February 11, 2023
Actually, ARMYs caught onto the visible similarities of the 2 movies ever because the singers posted the teasers for “Harai Bohudur” on their particular person social media handles and raised considerations about doable plagiarism within the remark sections.
After the difficulty blew up, the official YouTube video of the Bengali tune listed RM’s “Wildflower” because the “inspiration” in its description, however many identified that calling it an inspiration as a substitute of admitting that they lifted the visible idea from the BTS member’s music video was a disgraceful transfer.
Although neither of the singers nor their representatives has made any official feedback in regards to the situation, it looks as if they’ve at the very least gotten wind of it. The YouTube video’s remark part is now disabled, and Tahsan Khan has deleted the Instagram submit from his account the place he promoted the tune after its launch.