Ed Sheeran won in court – VG

The proceedings: Ed Sheeran outside the London High Court in March.

Ed Sheeran, 31, emerged victorious from the bitter song’s fights.


It’s reports Reuters.

The pop star fought for years against accusations that he stole the literature of the “Shape of You” monster. her last few weeks was in court.

The case was considered in the High Court of London, where the famous Briton had to argue against copying the 2015 song by Sami Shoukry “Oh Why”.

Judge Zakaroli concluded that although there were provable similarities between the songs, Sheeran did not commit plagiarism intentionally or unintentionally.

After the result, Sheeran says, according to Reuters, that such accusations are “very common”, and that they are “harmful to the music industry.”

The trial was more than a week ago, and on Wednesday morning it was decided that the pop artist was not guilty.

“Shape of You” topped the charts all over the world in 2017, approx billion plays In less than half a year, it has since broken the record as the most played song on Spotify ever.

Opponent: Sami Shoukry outside a courtroom in London last month.

But Sami Shukri – who goes by the artist’s name Sami Switch – insisted that Sheeran had violated copyright law. So it didn’t work.

Shukri and producer Ross O’Donoghe, like Sheeran, were present in the courtroom.

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