Not long after a judge ruled Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have to pay for plagiarizing "Blurred Lines," rapper T-Pain is now facing plagiarism allegations of his own.

The artist behind hits like “Buy You a Drink” and “Can't Believe It” was hit with the allegations after releasing a song titled “That’s Yo Money.”

As the Hindustan Times reports, controversy arose when Bollywood film director Mohit Suri and composer Mithoon took to Twitter to accuse T-Pain of stealing from the song "Tum Hi Ho," which Mithoon created as part of the soundtrack for Suri's 2013 Bollywood film Aashiqui 2.

"Don't know why, but this seems familiar," Suri wrote on Twitter. "It's a melody from [Mithoon's] song, buddy.

Mithoon then called out T-Pain on Twitter:

"Sir, the melody that you have used in your new song is my original work for a previously released Hindi film," Mithoon wrote. "The label is looking into this."

Following the allegations, T-Pain removed the track from his Twitter page and from YouTube. He tweeted he didn't produce the song and he felt the misunderstanding should be an "easy thing to work out."

Reactions on Twitter varied, with users supporting both artists:






Although the song has been removed from YouTube, a clip of it remains on Instagram. You can compare it with "Tum Hi Ho" yourself below:



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