- “Ddaeng”, a diss track BTS wrote for their haters and critics, was released via SoundCloud in 2018.
- “Deym” is a 1-minute song released on Sept. 22 and used to promote a local clothing brand, GMA reported.
- Noticeable similarities between the two tracks have prompted many BTS fans to call out Flow G and Skusta Clee on social media.
- BTS ARMY members from other countries began flooding the YouTube video of “Deym” with comments asking the uploader to take the video down.
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- In a Facebook post, Flow G wrote that he used “generic” flow, words and beats for the song he made with Skusta Clee.
- He then offered an apology to BTS fans, saying he understands their support for their idols and says he can’t blame them for thinking that way.
- The rapper’s girlfriend, Angelica, also addressed the issue saying the similarities were not intentional as they hadn’t heard the BTS song during the newer song’s creation.
- “I know deep in my core that the similarity of the song is unintentional. We apologize if we offended some of you in any way,” she wrote on Twitter.