The IPL 2020 tournament will kickstart on September 19 in Abu Dhabi, UAE with a match between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai Super King (CSK).The organizers of IPL, the Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI) has released a IPL 2020 anthem titled
‘ayenge hum wapas’ on its official Twitter account. It was captioned, “The greater the setback…The stronger the comeback.” The video has seen over 449.3K views on Twitter.
However, apart from getting famous the anthem has now become slightly controversial as rapper Krishna Kaul’s alleged that the anthem has been copied from his rap song 2017 track titled ‘Dekh Kaun Aaya Wapas’.
As soon as the new broke out Twitterati went crazy with memes on speculation of IPL 2020 anthem being copied.
Here are some of the memes:
BCCI copied IPL Anthem from @realkrsna song
* People be like * pic.twitter.com/3SPvFoSL34
— ?ᴶᴬᵞᴬ ᴾᴬᴺᴰᴱᵞ? (@baby_girlll12) September 10, 2020
— Thiyush Sharma (@itsTK07) September 10, 2020
*BCCI after copying KRI$NA’s song : pic.twitter.com/xrCn6FgX0m
— DEPRESSED HUMOUR (@Rishiicasm) September 10, 2020
— lamer not memer (@nikama_hun) September 10, 2020
— RAHUL JAIN (@rahuljaiinn) September 10, 2020
Just saw this trend #IplAnthemCopied ?
Le me?♀? pic.twitter.com/jN8KiO2vmf
— ?…..Vinisha…..? (@SinhaaVinisha) September 10, 2020
Full Flow/cadence/composition copy pic.twitter.com/w8MeNxyxbK
— Don ?? (@Dank_surya_don) September 10, 2020
— Yo Yo Bantai Rapstar (@Bantai_Rapstar) September 8, 2020