Ariana Grande is again under fire for her new single "7 Rings".
After being accused of stealing the lyrics and rapper Princess Nokia, rapper Soulja Boy and 2 Chainz have called the former Nickelodeon starlet to allegedly bite their work for their latest title.
ARIANA GRANDE accused of indicting 7 "RINGS" OF RAPPER PRINCESS NOKIA
. Soulja Boy was most explicit in claiming that Grande, 25, had stolen his song "Pretty Boy Swag". "
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He responded to a tweet in which Grande thanked her friends, who appeared in the" 7 Rings "video, and wrote," Give me my credit , Point. "1
He then wrote:" You are a thief. "
MC 2 Chainz from Atlanta quickly noticed the same visuals that shared the music video" 7 Rings "with his music video" Door Swangin. " in which both pink-colored fall houses were.  "Tryna should find out if I should have Big Draco @arianagrande 🤣🤣 … y … all of it tells me in the comments 🧐 # bigdracovibesall2019", 2 Chainz has added an Instagram snippet of Grande's "7 Rings."
"Big Draco" is a nickname for Soulja Boy, who previously accused rapper Drake of stealing his music style.
In addition to her alleged appropriation of rapper work Grande also on Twitter for appropriating the black culture.
PETE DAVIDSON GAVES ARIANA GRANDE 'DIABOLICAL GENIUS' TO USE EXES 'NAME IN' THANK YOU, NEXT '' 19659006] She posted an Instagram story saying, "You like my hair Gee, thanks, I just bought it. "… White women talk about their weave to solve racism."
The line referred to a poetry of "7 Rings".
In the Instagram account The Shade Room A screenshot of Grande's racially insensitive remark she wrote: "#ArianaGrande has upset fans because they feel she's missing the point of repercussion."
commented, "Hi hi … I think their intent was to be like … yay a white person separating the negative [stereotype] that is marked with the word & # 39; weave & # 39; paired up … but I'm so sorry if my answer was out of the bag or if it came in the wrong direction Thank you for opening the interview and how … with all those who talked to me about it is never my intention to offend anyone. "
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A representative of Grande did not immediately respond with the request of Fox News for comment on their alleged duplication of cultural appropriation.