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Gerard Juling brings a new song and addresses rumors of plagiarism: "Not copied from André Hazes" |  showbiz

Gerard Juling brings a new song and addresses rumors of plagiarism: “Not copied from André Hazes” | showbiz

TVGerard Juling, 61, has been accused of plagiarism with his new single, Los Met Z’n Allen, because the song is too similar to Andre Hazes’ Leef. Little laughs from the comments.




In “De Cooke & Verhulst Show” Gerrard talks about the little “riots” currently taking place in the Netherlands. It’s about his new song, which, according to radio presenter Jill Belin, is very similar to plagiarism.

“He thought the song he’s putting out now looks a lot like ‘Live! By André Hazes, “I Will Survive” and an old song to myself together, and that’s right. So that wasn’t the point. But then he also said that if I wanted to play more on the radio, I should make better records. I’ve sold 16 million records. , so he can say that… He has a radio show that only broadcasts in the middle of the night, and no one listens to that anyway,” he jokes. “We don’t know him well in Belgium yet, let’s keep it that way.”

In addition, Gerrard has a good connection with André Hazes, who is currently taking a break due to fatigue. “We don’t really talk about it, but I hope peace is between his ears now. We wish him all the best.”

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Because he doesn’t care about all the criticism, and because it’s been so long since Gerard Juling gave a concert in Belgium, it’s about time we heard him play live again. That’s why he released his new song during the broadcast.

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