MOMOLAND have been accused of copying T-ara and Crayon Pop.
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21 Jun 2018 - 9:48 AM  UPDATED 21 Jun 2018 - 9:48 AM

MOMOLAND are just days away from making their comeback, but their upcoming single "BAAM" is already causing controversy. 

After a few teasers were released online, fans on social media noticed that MOMOLAND's choreography is almost identical to T-ara's iconic shuffle dance from their legendary 2012 hit "Lovey-Dovey."

"Momoland is going hard for that T-ARA Lovey Dovey vibe but if they want to reach T-ARA levels, they need to learn to shuffle wearing high heels," commented one fan.

Another wrote: "Momoland, T-ara's calling, they want their song and dance back."

Adding fuel to the fire is the fact that Shinsadong Tiger produced both "BAAM" and "Lovey-Dovey," which may explain some of the similarities. "BAAM" is also being compared to Crayon Pop's "Doo Doom Chit," which surprisingly wasn't produced by Shinsadong Tiger despite the song's almost identical beats.

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