Someone Managed To ILLEGALLY Put Dan Howell's Diss Track On iTunes

29 July 2016, 11:56 | Updated: 6 November 2017, 09:36

We the Unicorns

By Benedict Townsend

Fans managed to buy it too. Dan isn't happy about it

Dan Howell's edition of the 'diss yourself' challenge is hilarious and now - it's on iTunes! The only problem is ... it shouldn't be. You see, when the song appeared on the iTunes music store, it took everyone by surprise:

Fans initially (and reasonably) thought that it was Dan himself who had put the song up, but Dan revealed that it was instead someone else:

It was then we realised that we had something of a robbery on our hands and that someone was trying to use Dan's song to get money off his fans. Happily, Dan indicated that it was an easy problem to fix:

He also seemed pretty calm about the situation:

In fact, fans were stunned by his composure:

Dan also jokingly commented that he had studied IP (Intellectual Property) during his first year at university (he of course studied law):

It's safe to say that whoever did this is going to be in some pretty big trouble pretty damn soon. We'll keep you posted if there are any developments.

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