Who Is Matty Co, Tiktoker Goes Viral After Faking Lawsuit From Coldplay: TikTok is an entertaining video streaming application that has millions of users worldwide and content goes viral on this very quickly. While many of the videos there become a trend too and people love to follow these trends and try them out in the hope that they will also be going to receive fame if they will gonna follow the trend in TikTok. Well, it actually works in some of the cases. But this time we are here with the Matty Co viral video. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who Is Matty Co?
You must be keen to know what he has been talking about a bit in this video, so you guys are on the right platform as we are gonna be updating you with the complete details about his viral video. Matty Co (@itsmattyco) a user on TikTok shared a video in which has been unveiled an alleged cease ad desist letter from the British rock band Coldplay.
TikTok claimed that this band had sent a letter to this user suing him over a copyright violation. He shared a video and also wrote a caption along with it, “Sos has been helping me out every day. I don’t have the funds to fight within this lawsuit in a court and anyone can tell that it has been totally a different song.”
Matty Co: Tiktoker Goes Viral After Faking Lawsuit From Coldplay
After this, in the video, it can be seen that they sounded nothing like each other. This video has been viewed by thousands of people and of go on the state then it crossed over 400k.
Coldplay has a huge fan base and they the 15.1 million followers on their Instagram page. Many people are now so shocked to know that he was done so. So now they are taking over to the web and this has been the most discussed topic on the web these days.
The latter is shown by the content created as a header in his video called, “Capitol Music Group, LLC, but there is no such company that has been ever presented Coldplay like this.
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The letter also managed the company from San Rafael, California, whereas no LLC company of that name is documented in California, and the hooked number to the company was found to be an independent line.
Here are the words from him read, “The author of the letter doesn’t understand the difference between a trademark and copyright. Seems fishy to me.”