Mumbai: The homicide of Punjabi rapper Sidhu Moosewala has despatched shock waves internationally. Folks from the leisure trade are reacting in disbelief to the demise of the 28-year-old in a capturing incident. The most recent to affix the lengthy listing of celebrities reacting to the killing is the ‘Brown Munde’ hitmaker A.P. Dhillon.
The Punjabi-Canadian singer took to his Instagram and shared that though Moosewala will not be anymore with us, his legacy stays alive. Dhillon additionally highlighted how troublesome it was to be a “Punjabi artiste behind the scenes every day”, within the face of “fixed judgment, hate-filled feedback, threats and adverse vitality.”
The singer, whose ‘Brown Munde’ music video featured the departed Sidhu, wrote within the story part of his Instagram: “Most individuals won’t ever know the extent of what you must take care of as a Punjabi artiste behind the scenes every day.
“With fixed judgement, hate-filled feedback, threats and adverse vitality directed in the direction of folks like us, who’re simply doing what we love.”
In his tribute to Moosewala, A.P. Dhillon additionally stated: “I all the time admired how Sidhu was in a position to rise above all of it. He made it look simple and stayed true to himself. In the present day, I’m praying for his household and our neighborhood. We have to do higher.”
Moosewala was gunned down on Sunday whereas driving his SUV close to his ancestral village within the Mansa district of Punjab, a day after his safety element was withdrawn by the Punjab authorities.