Maite Galdeano condemns the plagiarism of one of Eurovision’s most famous songs

One of the most discussed and often the subject of controversy and anger in the music industry is plagiarism. In the last few hours, one of this year’s hymns Eurovision Song Contest came to the fore after a well-known face accused of plagiarism. telecinco. Maite Galdeano inspired by one of the works of the legendary ‘Llamame’.

The former ‘Big Brother’ contestant showed his anger towards Núria Marín this Saturday: “The problem is, they copy it and sing it. That doesn’t happen to an artist like me. Ask me permission, trust me”, He admitted that he was very upset and was convinced that what he said was absolutely true.

The woman came to demand money from the song’s creators and singer WRS: “You copied the song, I think it’s good because you liked it and it’s beautiful and everybody likes it. But jolín, call me, call me. We can make a good team, you know I have a great voice and a good body and I kill him on TikTok and the dough will come out like a big cake. I’m waiting for your answer,” he said on the live broadcast.

Source: Informacion


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