Ariana Grande is Under Fire Once More For Her New Single, "7 Rings." As Two More Rappers Accused Her For Copying Their Songs

After being accused of stealing lyrics and flow from rapper Princess Nokia, rappers Soulja Boy and 2 Chainz have called out the former Nickelodeon starlet for allegedly biting their work for her latest track.

Days after releasing her hit single '7 rings', rapper Princess Nokia claimed Ariana Grande ripped off her song 'Mine'.

Now, Soulja Boy has called out the pint-sized pop star for allegedly plagiarising his work.

The 'Crank That' rapper—who was recently accused of assaulting and kidnapping his girlfriend, Kayla— claims Grande intentionally ripped off his track 'Pretty Boy Swag'. He spoke out after Grande thanked her friends for featuring in the music video, writing, "Give me credit. Period."


He at that point Tweeted, "Lol quit stealing my swag...You're a criminal."

This isn't the first time the rapper has fired shots at his fellow artists. Last year, he accused Drake, Tyga AND Kanye West of ripping off his songs. Which is unusual considering he's no longer at the front line of the rap game.

While some say comparing Grande's new song to his 2010 track is a stretch, others are convinced they sound unbelievably similar.

Atlanta-based MC 2 Chainz, meanwhile, was quick to notice the similar visuals that the "7 Rings" music video shared with his "Door Swangin'" music video, both of which featured hot pink trap houses.

"Tryna figure out if I should Big Draco @arianagrande 🤣🤣... y’all tell me in the comments 🧐 #bigdracovibesall2019," 2 Chainz captioned an Instagram snippet of Grande's "7 Rings."

 "Big Draco" is a nickname for Soulja Boy, who also previously accused rapper Drake of stealing his musical style.

Ariana Grande has been forced to defend herself a lot recently. After she released the music video, the singer took to Instagram to say she was "so sorry" to anyone who was offended by the hit tune. The apology comes after Grande reposted a fan's Instagram story which quoted a line from the song.  
"You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it…" the post read. The user then sarcastically added, "White women talking about their weaves is how we're gonna solve racism."
Despite deleting the Tweet, Grande went on to write, "I'm so sorry if my response was out of pocket or if it came across the wrong way. Thanks for opening the conversation and like... to everyone for talking to me about it." 

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