“Deaf people should thank their God” – Shallipopi accused of sampling SpongeBob SquarePants’ theme song in new album


Shortly after releasing his debut album “Presido La Pluto,” up-and-coming singer Shallipopi finds himself facing allegations of sampling the iconic theme song from the American cartoon series SpongeBob SquarePants.

The album, consisting of 13 tracks, was released on Friday morning to great anticipation.

Unfortunately, Shallipopi’s music has garnered significant criticism from music critics who feel deceived and view his actions as an insult to their intelligence.

Specifically, people have accused the singer of crossing a line by using the well-known SpongeBob SquarePants theme song in his album.

This controversy is not the first time Shallipopi has faced allegations of sampling songs. He was previously called out for a similar issue on his popular track “Oba Pluto.

See some reactions below:

omi.irabor said: “Deaf people should thank their God.”

iam_daniella461 stated: “Rubbish Õmõ this guy hin use Evian for this music thing lol. He even thief E don burst from one upcoming.”

prguy_ wrote: “dude just copy wrong thing up and down 😂 the album be like wetin them use kun Kun beat produce, every noisy.”

debrightfghuslerdc penned: “Na bad music una sabi for this country werey people 😂.”

me_kasa said: “Una dey forget say na still kid wey dey grow.”

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