Lizzo Accused of Plagiarism Over “Juice”

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Recently, Lizzo was accused of plagiarism over her hit song “Truth Hurts.” Now, she faces a claim of plagiarism over her song “Juice.” In a side-by-side comparison on Instagram, CeCe Peniston accused Lizzo of copying ad-libs from her 1992 song “Finally.” Peniston claimed it was a “clear example of copyright infringement,” adding, “btw i love her music.” Listen to both songs below. Pitchfork has reached out to Lizzo’s representatives for comment.

Producer Justin Raisen recently accused Lizzo of plagiarism, claiming that he, Lizzo, Jeremiah Raisen, songwriter Jesse Saint John, and producer/songwriter Yves Rothman wrote the line, “I just took a DNA test, turns out I’m 100 percent that bitch” for a demo called “Healthy.” Earlier this year, singer Mina Lioness accused Lizzo of stealing that line from a tweet.

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