West Coast rappers Saweetie and Doja Cat have some serious explaining to do. The hip-hop couple have become a trending topic thanks to their accusation of hijacking the concept behind their “Best Friend” music video of singers The Ceremony .
Saweetie And Doja Cat dragged by Ceraadi
Ceraadi took to their Instagram page to request responses from Saweetie and Doja Cat. They shared side-by-side comparisons wondering how their “BFF” visual seems to be the same concept as the “Best Friend” anthem.
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Saweetie responds to Ceraadi’s claims
Saw did not pass radio silence. Instead, she took a look at the duo’s social media post and appeared to cast some shadow over their addition in the credits of her visual.
Compare the two music videos and decide for yourself if there is a jacking:
The Internet is involved
The claims inspired social media to respond to the drama. Coincidentally, Saweetie appeared to receive more praise than dissents from netizens.
Ceraadi on Instagram is trying to deflect attention that they may have been a mom to this crowd that stormed into the capital saying that Saweetie stole the idea for a song and video that was prepared from them. Sit down
Ceraadi better shut the f * ck up I promise you NO ONE CHECKS KIDZ BOP MUSIC FROM YALL. Never speak of weirdos named Saweetie
The premature release of Saweetie
A few weeks ago, Saweetie suffered a premature “Best Friend” leak from her label. She explained how much the single meant to her.
“Best Friend” made headlines in December when Warner Records prematurely released the song to streaming services. “I am extremely disappointed with my WBR label for prematurely releasing a single that I was so passionate about,” Saweetie tweeted. “I don’t feel respected. I work with ALL of my designs and have had such a rollout for “best friends”. “(Complex)