Gigi Leung recently made her first appearance since the plagiarism controversy surrounding the “Stop and Breathe” music video.

The singer, who was asked about the issue, told the media that she will let the team handle the issue as she was involved only as a singer of the song.

“I know director Steve Yuen is currently dealing with it and I will just wait for his response,” she said. The MV was directed by Karena Lam’s director husband Steve Yuen.

It was last week that a group of performing artists and creators called Chloeography Project took to social media to accuse the MV of copying from their 2018 work, “Maybe Tomorrow”.

They also shared several comparison photos to show the similarities between the MV and their previous work, including one with Gigi standing in front of a giant silver ball, and another with the said giant ball rolling in a middle of the road.

When asked, Gigi did admit that she had seen the screenshots comparing some scenes from the MV with “Maybe Tomorrow”, and that she did feel there were similarities between the two.

Asked if she will remake the MV now that it has been taken down, the singer said that she doesn’t know what the team would do next, but that she has no issue doing it.

“I just want to spread positive message for the charity,” she added.

The singer also admitted that this is the first time she had encountered a plagiarism claim in her work, after so many years in the industry.

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The music video was accused of plagiarising another project

(Photo Source: Chloeography Project IG)