This is the question that the YouTube creators of the song, eugenie van halening, want answered.
A video of the YouTube song, “Dale Van Halen,” was shared more than 1 million times on Tuesday.
Van Halening, a former U.S. women’s soccer star, is currently an American Olympian.
The song was first uploaded in January 2017.
It was originally titled “Dales, Dale” by the Dutch duo Vlach and Vlack, who have been vocal in their support of Van Halens fight for equal rights in the soccer community.
The video has more than 10 million views.
Van Dalkening told the website Wort.nl that he was not aware of the copyright violation, which the band’s lawyer has denied.
He also claimed that the song has been illegally distributed on YouTube.
“They didn’t tell me that the video was a fake, that it was fake,” Van Danken said.
“I am not surprised.
The lyrics are about me and my life.
It’s all fake.”
Van Dangen also pointed to YouTube’s own policies.
“YouTube’s policies and guidelines are clear,” he said.
It says it takes copyright claims seriously.
“We review copyright claims very carefully,” the YouTube page reads.
“Our copyright policy prohibits sharing material which infringes copyright and we do not condone content that encourages or promotes copyright infringement.”
The band has been featured on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, according to the band website.
The band was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2017 for Best Rock Album.
The group recently released its fourth album, The Dales, a follow-up to 2015’s My Kind of Girl.
The album was nominated in 2017.