Ben Mor denies ‘Britney Spears Work Bitch’ plagiarism claims

Shortly after the premiere of the music video for Britney Spears’ new single "Work Bitch”, the video was compared with others of lesser-known artists, among them are China's Jane Zhang , the Mexican pop duo Prima J and singer Serbian Nikolija.

Observing the proportion that the rumors gained, director Ben Mor, responsible for video, decided to rule and deny the charges. "Dancing in the desert has been done hundreds of times, but not with Britney," says the first part of Ben's post on Instagram.

"When you dance in the desert you need a platform. A platform can be square or round. I chose the square. A lease pool already existed and was used often in many photo shoots and apparently in some videos foreign unknown that no one in the West ever seen.

From now on, this location will be known as the place where the video was recorded 'Work Bitch'," he continued.

Finally, the director says that the video did not cost close to U.S. $ 6 million that was being speculated, and ends with the message "stop spreading lies and misinformation."

Watch the video for "Work Bitch" below: