Zsa Zsa Padilla is now in hot water after her birthday bash performance of Taylor Swift's Blank Space. Apparently, the arrangement of the song that Padilla performed on ASAP was made by POst Modern Jukebox frontman Scott Bradley, a popular pianist and song arranger in the internet.

Scott Bradlee shared Zsa Zsa Padilla's video on his FB timeline with the caption: "This week in 'who's ripping off my arrangements and passing them off as their own' #PMJdiditfirst". The American musician and his fans by the thousands was not amused with Zsa Zsa's performance. Many of Bradley's avid followers even went to Padilla's page and left comments in there demanding that she give credit where credit is due.
Zsa Zsa Padilla copied Scott Bradley arrangement of Blan Space.

Scott Bradlee also said on his FB page: "Hey people! The best way to combat this isn't to write mean things to the people that stole the arrangement - we're too classy for that. Let's just use this as an opportunity to raise awareness about PMJ with a simple #PMJdiditfirst. Hopefully, the people that enjoyed this performance will discover us. Plus, that way we can search the hashtag and have a laugh at how many big budget TV shows desperate for advertising dollars resort to copying the performances that we do in my living room."

Here's the Post Modern Jukebox performing a cabaret remake of Blank Space

Here's the oft imitated, never duplicated Ariana Savalas singing the Postmodern Jukebox cabaret remake of Taylor Swift's "Blank Space," with choreography by the LA Follies. Get the MP3: http://msclvr.co/WDy2UlSee PMJ on tour in the US, Europe, and Australia: http://www.pmjlive.com
Posted by Scott Bradlee on Sunday, May 31, 2015

Then here is Zsa Zsa Padilla performing Blank Space with same musical arrangement from Scott Bradley.

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Posted by Zsa Zsa Padilla on Sunday, May 31, 2015
What do you think? Did Zsa Zsa really copied the musical arrangement of Scott Bradley or is it the ASAP staff is at fault for deciding to perform someone else' work and not give credit where credit is due?

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