'The apology is not directed at me.' DJ Lag unmoved by will.i.am 'apology', confirms plagiarism allegations

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DJ Lag is refusing to acknowledge a strange apology issued by will.i.am, after the Black Eyes Peas frontman admitted to his involvement in the apparent plagiarism of the King of Gqom's 2016 banger, Ice Drop. (Photo: Supplied)
DJ Lag is refusing to acknowledge a strange apology issued by will.i.am, after the Black Eyes Peas frontman admitted to his involvement in the apparent plagiarism of the King of Gqom's 2016 banger, Ice Drop. (Photo: Supplied)

DJ Lag is refusing to acknowledge a strange apology issued by will.i.am, after the Black Eyes Peas frontman admitted to his involvement in the apparent plagiarism of the King of Gqom's 2016 banger, Ice Drop.

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