Jeans BREAKS SILENCE After NewJeans Is Accused Of Plagiarizing Mexican Girl Group's Style: We Love That...

Mexican girl group Jeans have finally reacted to allegations that K-pop group NewJeans completely copied them. Keep scrolling to know what they have to say!
Jeans BREAKS SILENCE After NewJeans Is Accused Of Plagiarizing Mexican Girl Group's Style

Jeans BREAKS SILENCE After NewJeans Is Accused Of Plagiarizing Mexican Girl Group's Style

Just a day after NewJeans were accused of copying Mexican girl group Jeans' entire concept and style, Jeans have responded to the allegations. The Mexican girl group have nothing but support for the K-pop stars.

Jeans respond to NewJeans plagiarism accusations

In case you missed out, on May 19, a netizen had caused quite the stir after they accused NewJeans of plagiarizing Mexican girl group Jeans. The netizen pointed out that the groups' names and logos were similar. Furthermore, they also shared screenshots to prove that NewJeans style, concept, album design, music videos and choreographies were very much the same as Jeans.
On May 20, Jeans finally responded to the accusations. The Mexican girl group, who debuted in 1995 and are currently performing under the name JNS, showed their support for NewJeans. "We love that the 90’s are come back and reach new generations," the group wrote in response to a fan's query.
Jeans respond to NewJeans plagiarism accusations
Jeans respond to NewJeans plagiarism accusations

HYBE vs ADOR controversy

NewJeans have been facing massive backlash due to HYBE and ADOR's ongoing feud. HYBE and ADOR have been in the midst of a legal dispute since April 22 this year, when HYBE initiated an audit against ADOR CEO Min Hee-jin. The agency accused ADOR's CEO and management of devising a plan to gain complete control of the sub-label, leaking sensitive information and attempts to tarnish the reputation of HYBE and its artists.
Following the audit, Min Hee-jin held a press conference on April 25 in which she shared her shocking chats with HYBE chairman Bang Si-hyuk, clarified accusations about a shaman being involved in any label-related decisions and commented on NewJeans' future.
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