Gamers believe that Fortnite Stole Fans Favourite Skin from Rockstar’s Bully

A Reddit user by the name of MilkmanBill has caused controversy on the r/FortNiteBR subreddit by comparing one of Fortnite‘s most iconic skins to a costume seen in Bully.
The following image was uploaded under the title: “Who wore it better?” but…it’s a skeleton. Guaranteed at least one skeleton knocked on your door this Halloween – it’s not theft. It’s spooks.

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However, the post is bringing a lot of attention to Bully, a game which this generation of gamers might not be too familiar with…

One user commented: “Yes, make more Fortnite players aware of Bully then get 125 million upvotes and get them all to play the game and nag Rockstar constantly about making a sequel MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.”

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So far, no success.

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This isn’t the first time Epic’s been criticised for ‘stealing.’ It’s come under fire in the past for its use of well-known dances as emotes, with lots of celebrities and players accusing them of stealing the moves to be used in the game.

Epic Games’ Fortnite is well-known for its battle-royale mode, and for its often hilarious emotes, which allow you to dance on the corpses of your enemies.

Epic has come under fire in the past for its use of well-known dances as emotes, with lots of celebrities and players accusing them of stealing the moves to be used in the game.

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The latest celebrity to get a little angry with Epic is Donald Faison, star of beloved hospital sitcom Scrubs.

Faison, who played the legendary Turk, has hit out against Epic for its use of what he’s called “his dance” in the game.

Faison recently announced that the famous dance, which was originally created to the song “Poison,” was created by himself during the filming of Scrubs episode, “My Half Acre.”

At a recent panel appearance, Faison told fans asking to see his moves: “If you want to see it, you can play Fortnite, because they jacked that sh*t!”

However, Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence said he was approached by someone asking if they could make use of the choreography in the game, to which Lawrence agreed.

Stolen or not, maybe someone should have asked Faison?