FIFTY FIFTY’s Label Denies the Allegations that Hit song ‘Cupid’ is Plagiarized
A Turkish singer named Evrencan Gunduz recently posted an Instagram reel which alleged that the K-pop girl group FIFTY FIFTY plagiarized his song Sen Askimizdan which he wrote in 2017.
FIFTY FIFTY's label ATTRAKT said that they have talked with original producer of the hit track and released a statement:
"We checked with the original producer after the recent media mention of plagiarism accusations against FIFTY FIFTY's 'Cupid', and we found the original producer doesn't even know the Turkish song in question. There are similarities in terms of the characteristics of pop music, but we don't think it's plagiarism."
FIFTY FIFTY was formed b Attrakt in 2022 and consists of four members: Saena, Aran, Keena, and Sio. They officially made their debut on November 18, 2022 with their single Higher from their EP The Fifty. Their song Cupid became a viral hit and is the fasted K-pop group to enter the US Billboard Hot 100 and UK Singles Chart just four months since their debut.