Saweetie and Doja Cat gets called out by Ceraadi for plagiarising ‘Best Friend’ from their song ‘BFF’


Emaza Gibson and Saiyr Gibson shared the information on Instagram

Ceraadi duo Emaza Gibson and Saiyr Gibson announced on their respective social media accounts that their song ‘BFF’ was plagiarised by Saweetie and Doja Cat. Doja Cat shared her new collaboration song with Saweetie, titled ‘Best Friend’ with a sneak peek on Wednesday, Jan 6, 2021 and Ceraardi is claiming that the song looks and sounds a lot like their song, which was released in September 2020.

They shared a side-by-side comparison between the two songs, and also highlighted similar scenes such as the ones where they were dancing in front of a car. They also shared fan reactions where fans commented on the similarities between the two songs.

The song

Saweetie and Doja Cat in their new song 'Best Friend'

In the ‘Best Friend’ song, Saweetie and Doja Cat call out the misogyny and celebrate their friendship. It follows Saweetie’s previous single ‘Back to the Streets’ featuring Jhene Aiko. Saweetie also mentioned that her next album, Pretty Basic Bitch is comprised of all the emotions she felt while making the LP.

The song opens up with the two singers at a poolside lounge, when they get hit by a guy. They start interacting with each other and talk about misogyny and virtue. The song, which is directed by Dave Meyers, is full of colours as the two take a ride on a bejewelled Tesla, party at a strip club, and have a slumber party among other things. The song has received a lot of praise from fans and other viewers.

Saweetie gave a sarcastic response to the accusations by Ceraadi saying she will totally add them in the credits and ended it by saying, “MY IDOLS.” Her fans also came to her rescue on Twitter and started trash talking about Ceraadi by saying they make kids bop music, and that they were doing it just to promote their own song.

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