Black Woman Is Calling Out A White Man On TikTok Who Stole Her Tweet And Is Going Viral For It

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Black Woman Is Calling Out A White Man On TikTok Who Stole Her Tweet And Is Going Viral For It

Ladies and gentlemen, even your Tweets can be considered intellectual property when protected by law.

We bring this up after discovering a video by an artist and Tiktoker, @imaneurope who is defending herself after a quote she created on Twitter was stolen from her by another Tiktoker (@niko_lapelusa).

To make matters worse, Niko is currently going viral for her words!

This is the beautiful tweet Iman Europe made back in March of 2019:

and this is the video Tiktoker Niko created with no credit:

When Iman Europe realized what happened she posted the following on TikTok:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Petra Lomax (@emilycottontop)

Twitter wasn’t having it:

And this:

And Tiktok is a whole vibe as well:

Sis made merch! featuring her quote all over it, and we are so here for it all.

The rules of engagement are simple, creative property, written intellect regardless of what platform it’s on and what year they wrote it can inspire you to create your own, but you MUST give credit where credit is due when you did not come up with it.

We had time today so just wanted to do our part in helping Iman get the word out follow Iman on Twitter here and shop her merch here.

How do you steal someone’s thoughts? – SMH

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