Pledis Entertainment Admits To SEVENTEEN Plagiarism Accusations

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Reports of Pledis Entertainment admitting to plagiarizing The Chainsmokers and Coldplay‘s ‘Something Just Like This‘ surfaced in South Korea.

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A screenshot of the names of the writers who wrote the Billboard hit that includes Andrew Taggart and Chris Martin showed that they have been added to the credits of SEVENTEEN‘s ‘Don’t Wanna Cry‘.

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Netizens have speculated that Pledis Entertainment has done this in order to avoid future legal complications with Universal Music Publishing.


However, despite the recent move, Pledis Entertainment has maintained their stance on saying that ‘Don’t Wanna Cry’ is a song of original creativity made by Pledis Entertainment writers and artists.

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