Kanye West and Kid Cudi Accused For Stealing Lorde's Stage Design

Lorde accuses the duo Kanye West and Kid Cudi of stealing her stage design at Tyler The Creator’s 2018 Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles.

In her Instagram story, Lorde shows the comparisons between her 2017 Coachella internship design and Kanye and Kid Cudi’s stage. The photos are down below.

Lorde who has worked with Kanye for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Pt.1 single, “Yellow Flicker Beat” accused him and Kid Cudi of stealing. “I’m proud of the work I do and it’s flattering when other artists feel inspired by it, to the extent that they choose to try it on themselves, —wrote Lorde.

“But don’t steal — not from women or anyone else — not in 2018 or ever, —she continued.

Despite the fact that this accusation is bad for your reputation, the duo gave the fans a great show with Kids See Ghosts tracks like “Reborn,” “Fire,” “Free (Ghost Town Pt. 2)” and “4th Dimension.”

Tyler, The Creator – Camp Flog Gnaw 2018 Full Set

The complete Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival set can be viewed below.

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