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South African musicians Die Antwoord Thursday accused "Suicide Squad" director David Ayer of ripping off their unique visual style, dismissing the respected filmmaker as a "scared lil bitch".Visser and Ninja – whose birth names are Anri du Toit and Watkin Tudor Jones – rose to fame after popularizing the Afrikaans "Zef" counter-culture through three rap-rave albums.They also starred alongside Sigourney Weaver and Hugh Jackman in Neill Blomkamp's 2015 sci-fi feature "Chappie," which made over $100 million worldwide.Visser said Ayer had lifted from the opening sequence to "Umshini Wam," a 2011 short film starring the duo and directed by Harmony Korine, who wrote the screenplay for Larry Clark's controversial 1995 teen drama "Kids".
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