yo Yo Honey Singh Made news once again. This time for the wrong reason. The idiosyncratic Indian rapper reinvents himself with version 3.0. However, as soon as he dropped his first single, he had a controversies up his sleeve. According to media reports, the BKC police have booked Singh for kidnapping and assault. Yes, you read that right. Shocking news has come that the rapper of Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan song Chalo Dance Chotu Motu has been booked.
Yo Yo Honey Singh embroiled in controversies, case filed for kidnapping and assault
Yo Yo Honey Singh is making headlines in entertainment news for a shocking reason. Nagan rapper has been accused of kidnapping and assault by a person named Vivek Raman. Hindustan Times has carried a new agency report which states that Vivek Raman was the organizer of an event of Yo Yo Honey Singh that was to be held in the city. However, it was cancelled. The report quoted a police official as revealing that Vivek Raman has lodged a complaint against Yo Yo Honey Singh and others for abducting, keeping him captive and assaulting him.
The organizer of the event said that Yo Yo Honey Singh abducted her and kept her captive in a Mumbai hotel in the suburbs, where he assaulted her. The complaint has been lodged on April 19 and states that he had organized an event for the rapper on April 15 at Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex. The complainant says that Honey Singh got angry when the program was cancelled. The rapper kidnapped her and held her hostage. The police is investigating the matter
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Where there is Honey Singh, there are controversies. When asked about the protests against the controversial song, Honey Singh had claimed that there would be controversy around whoever spoke the truth. The rapper shared that he does not hurt anyone’s sentiments and has never targeted any caste, gender or religion.
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