Some people are obsessed with Race. The black man is almost always in the right and the white man is almost always in the wrong. A certain song or genre being derivative is just not a concept they care to entertain, it is either outright theft or it is not. For this type of person there are no degrees and there always has to be a victim. Why? Because the psychological payoff is too enticing, it makes them feel good about themselves to play a hero and come to the aid of who they see as a poor hapless victims.
Call me cynical but I imagine it even makes them feel superior to those they argue with at times. I'm sure psychologists have studied this but my guess is that part of it has to do with trust issues, but I'm no psychologist so I'll leave the reasons and explanations up to them.
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