(WWETV Network) Shenseea’s “Foreplay” has been heating up the music scene worldwide, but it now seems to be putting her in hot water. Stephanie Sarley has reportedly suing over Shenseea’s video was recently posted on YouTube, where it has just over one million views. Shenseea is facing serious accusations of intellectual property theft. Sarley took to her Instagram and revealed to her following that she believes that Shenseea openly took her art and included it within her music video without any credit.
“HOLY SH*T NO SHE JUST RIPPED OFF MY ENTIRE VIDEO THROUGHOUT HER ENTIRE VIDEO. ITS LITERALLY ALL THERE IS IS MY VIDEO AND HER DANCING ON IT. I FEEL SO VIOLATED,”Stephanie Sarley
This is not the first time an artist allegedly stole the artwork of Sarley. Miley Cyrus has also been accused of not crediting Sarley for her work. In that situation Miley Cyrus released “She Is Coming” and the visuals included the singer suggestively eating pieces of fruit similar to how Shenseea used the fruit imagery within her music video.
Shenseea or her management team have not responded as of yet to the claims, but Sarley’s fans have been commenting on the video on YouTube, insisting that credit should be given where due.
Brooklyn Tea Talk also receives a special message on behalf of Jamaican artist Abenah Adelaide. The source claims that visuals from Shenseea’s music video also is copyright from Abenah’s “Bring Me Flowers” visuals.
WorldWide Entertainment TV through a source out of Jamaica received information that Shenseea’s “Foreplay” music video concept could be stolen from another artist that goes by the name Abenah Adelaide. WWETV Host Brooklyn breaks it down for everyone in the video below with receipts with music video “Bring Me Flowers” (Hope Cover) which has been a WWETV sponsored Video Zone Countdown submission for this week.