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A Teen Influencer Said She Mistakenly Called Her Cover Of Ashanti's Hit "Foolish" Her Own Song On TikTok

Danielle Cohn's mom and manager claimed to BuzzFeed News they had obtained licenses and permission from Ashanti's team to release the cover. However, it's already caused a huge uproar across all of her social media channels.

Posted on September 8, 2020, at 1:38 p.m. ET

@daniellecohn

Make a TikTok to my new song 💕

♬ Foolish - Danielle Cohn

YouTube and gave original credits to Ashanti on Instagram, her TikTok caption caused a huge uproar.

People are now trolling her, claiming she stole it and butchered it.

"Girl it's a cover not your song," one person wrote. "Queen Ashanti does not deserve this disrespect," someone else added. A viral tweet from user @gwuapbby calling out the gaffe has been liked over 122,000 times.

Not this white Girl stealing Ashanti’s song and trying to claim it as her own.....

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"We have a mechanical license and got permission to do the cover and Ashanti and her label make money off of it," Archambault said in response to the legal allegations.

However, Cohn's song cover and music video have also raised issues about appropriation.

"Your not black or Hispanic your white act like it," a top comment on Instagram said. "It’s the white girl tryna be black for black people," a comment underneath her music video on YouTube said.

People on Black Twitter also specifically called out Cohn's hairstyle and her creating the illusion that she has edges.

BuzzFeed News has reached back out to Cohn and Archambault for comment.

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