Oğuzhan Koç, Demet Özdemir's boyfriend, accused of plagiarizing a Maluma song

Oğuzhan Koç, Demet Özdemir's boyfriend, accused of plagiarizing a Maluma song

Demet Özdemir's boyfriend is in the spotlight. The singer, who is going through one of his best personal moments, has seen how in recent days his professional career is being called into question by accusations of plagiarism.

According to several Turkish media, 'Kendime Sardım', a song composed (lyrics and music) by Oğuzhan Koç and released by the artist last year would have a more than obvious similarity with the song '11 PM', performed by the Colombian artist Maluma and released in 2019, a year before the one by the Turkish artist.

The composer of '11 PM' has taken action.

Following suspicions about possible plagiarism, the composer of Maluma's song has made a formal request to the Professional Association of Music Authors Group through his company, Edisyon, to investigate the accusations against the Turkish singer and to rule whether or not there has really been plagiarism.

Despite the accusations, Demet Özdemir's boyfriend has preferred, for the moment, to remain silent. The musician has chosen not to comment on the controversy in which he is involved. Only in the last few hours, he has posted on his Instagram wall a photograph with a cryptic message. "The sunset... and my vision of things". Whether or not he is referring to the controversy, only the artist knows.  

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