‘Threat, hate…’ AP Dhillon reveals reality of Punjabi artiste’s life after Sidhu Moosewala’s death

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Sidhu Musewala and AP Dhillon

Following the untimely demise of Sidhu Musewala, India-born Canadian rapper AP Dhillon has expressed grief and sorrow over the murder. Musewala was shot dead by unidentified assailants on May 29 in Jawaharke village of Punjab’s Mansa district. The incident happened just a day after the Punjab government withdrew the security of 424 people, including the singer. He was taken to a local hospital where doctors declared him brought dead. Expressing concern over the incident, Dhillon, who is known for hits like Insane and Brown Munde, took to his Instagram to highlight how difficult it is to be a ‘Punjabi artiste behind the scenes on a daily basis’ because They have to. Face ‘constant judgment, hate comments and threats’.

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AP Dhillon wrote that even though Musewala is gone, his legacy lives on. “Most people will never know the extent to which as a Punjabi artist you have to deal with behind the scenes on a daily basis. With constant judgment, hate comments, threats and negative energy is directed towards people like us. Which is what we like to do right now,” he wrote.

In his tribute to Moosewala, Dhillon continued, “I always admired how Sidhu was able to rise above all this. He took it easy and stayed true to himself. Today I am praying for his family and Praying for our community. We need to do better.”

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Sidhu Musewala’s death

The singer, never one to shy away from controversy, was shot dead in broad daylight in the street. He was riding in a Mahindra Thar SUV when the assailants fired around 30 rounds at the singer and his two friends, who were seriously injured. Moose Wala was taken to a nearby hospital where he was declared brought dead. RIP Sidhu Moosewala: Singing in politics, controversy involving Punjabi singers

Canadian mobster Goldie Brar has reportedly claimed responsibility for the singer’s murder. Goldie Brar is a close associate of gang leader Lawrence Bishnoi, who is also suspected of killing Musewala.