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8 comments to “Did Justin Bieber Steal Paramore's Cover Art??! It Definitely Looks Like It!”

  1. RickInHouston says – reply to this


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    Paramore isn't worried. No one is going to buy JB's single, anyway.



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    oh who gives a shit. The "art" is pretty basic if you ask me. Just stupid shit ppl get upset about.



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    So, did PAramore actually use the artwork for something, or was it simply fan-art as you imply? If they didn't use it (or get exclusive rights to it), then maybe it's the same artist trying to earn a living. How about some facts with these rumors, eh?

  4. Melissa says – reply to this


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    Re: RickInHouston – its a free song so you're right, no one is buying it,asshole.



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    Re: snoopysniffsairplaneglue – It's not for sale for your information; not that you would buy it anyway. He's one of the few artists that posts music for his fans for free.

  6. Ashley Pristavec says – reply to this


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    It was fan art but come on at least let it be known it was in fact the cover of their RIOT album. pictures linked. Also who cares if there not getting worked up about it whats the big deal artists use other peoples ideas and copy or remake things all the time.

  7. christine says – reply to this


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    He didn't steal their artwork. He used the same font for the text. The cover art itself is completely different. Paramore's "Riot" album has the text covering the entire album cover, whereas Justin's simply has the title of the song over a white background. You can't copyright a font style, so he stole nothing. This is just another sensationalized story to make something out of nothing.

  8. Jillian says – reply to this


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    Re: christine – He did actually steal it. It may not have been used to a cover art on their album, a Paramore fan created the exact picture as fan-art and posted it on Tumblr in 2011, where Paramore then used it to help promote their song (with permission of course). So techincally speaking, Justin did steal it. It wasn't just "the title of the song over a white background" using the font.