Despite the obvious lack of snow in Beijing, the city has officially been selected to host the 2022 Winter Olympics. And while organizers have revealed they will be using man-made snow for the Games, Internet sleuths appear to believe the process of ripping off the original source may not stop with the snow.
During the application process, organizers released a number of promotional songs, but one song in particular called ‘Snow and Ice Dance’ is now garnering international attention for the wrong reasons. Many casual observers have take to Twitter, claiming that the song is a rip off of Disney’s hit song ‘Let It Go’ from the musical “Frozen,” the BBC reports.
The official video for the Chinese song has now received more than 2000 dislikes, and YouTube users have flooded the comments section with some pretty negative and sarcastic remarks.
User zn4807 wrote, “Plagiarism, stealing, copying - that’s the only thing China can do.“
Shiu-Wah Wong wrote, "Does anyone want to burst outRead More »from Beijing allegedly rips off 'Let It Go' in new 2022 Olympic Games song