Miley Cyrus got an apology for plagiarizing her "Midnight Sky" video. If you didn't know, we'll tell you about it here. Since November 12 there has been a controversy over the music video "So Bad" by a new K-Pop band called STAYC, accused of plagiarizing Miley Cyrus' video “Midnight Sky”. Keep reading and find out all the details.
- On November 12, South Korean-based record label High Up released a new girl group called STAYC.
- The six members, Suppl (Leader), Sieun, Isa, Seeun, Yoon, and J debuted with the music video for the song "So Bad".
- Just 24 hours after being released, the MV was seen by more than 2 million people.
The six members of STAYC
Almost immediately after the release, some fans noted an exaggerated similarity to Miley Cyrus's "Midnight Sky" aesthetic.
Indeed, there is a part of "So Bad" that is too reminiscent of the new song of the Miley Cyrus,27-year-old American singer.
Not only because of the balloons or even the mirror balls, but also because of the colors.
Here we leave the photos for you to judge for yourself.
Luckily, the group STAYC and their label High Up were quick to acknowledge their mistake and offer a public apology not only to the artist but also to the fans.
This certainly wasn't the best start for this new girl group joining the Korean wave.
We hope that netizens give them another chance and take the band's apology.
However, STAYC's single sounds very good, here we leave you the music video “So Bad” for you to enjoy.
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