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Uffie Not Bothered by Ke$ha's 'Tik Tok' Similarities to Her Track

March 1, 2010 (7:34 am) GMT
Uffie claims she doesn't care about report mentioning Ke$ha took inspiration from her 2007 track 'Justice', stating 'I am not that into it, or bothered by it.'

Rapper Uffie has dismissed comparisons between one of her tracks and 's recent hit "Tik Tok" - insisting she's not "upset" about the "similarities". Ke$ha scored a number one on America's Billboard chart when she released her debut single in 2009.

The pop sensation was recently accused of taking inspiration from Uffie's 2007 track "Justice", but Uffie is not "bothered" about the reports because she doesn't care if the singer has copied her style. Uffie tells Scotland's Sunday Mail newspaper, "There are similarities but I don't want to get too upset about it"

She adds, "My album is coming out so I want to focus on that and not some girl that people say ripped me off. I have heard the song 'TiK ToK', but I am not that into it, or bothered by it."

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