While rumors of a feud with former tour mate Justin Bieber brew, donut-licking diva Ariana Grande appears to have left a sour taste in the mouth of yet another multi-talented musician.
Indeed, just a year after being slammed for claims of copycatting, now British producer Mura Masa is coming forward with allegations of infringement against the songstress. Asserting her new song ‘Be Alright,’ the follow-up to her most recent top 10 hit ‘Dangerous Woman’ (from her third album of the same name), is a ‘rip off’ of one of his better known tunes, ‘Firefly,’ the producer got her faithful #Arianators all riled up with his short, but not-so-sweet tweets.
Hear the tunes below and compare: did Ari jack Masa’s tune? We await your weigh in…
Listen to first 30 seconds of ‘Be Alright’:
Listen to first 30 seconds of ‘Firefly’:
When quizzed by multiple fans over the past week on his involvement with the Grande track, Masa replied: