Who was the singer Sidhu Moose wala shot dead in Punjab?: Here is all you need to know about Sidhu Moosewala, the famous Punjabi singer and rapper who was shot dead in the Mansa district of Punjab on Sunday.
Punjabi singer and Congress leader Sidhu Moosewala were shot dead in Jawaharlal Nehru village in Mansa district of Punjab. Two more were injured when gunmen opened fire on a jeep they were traveling in.
The attackers have not yet been identified. The attack comes a day after the Punjab government withdrew security for 424 people, including Moose Wala.
Who is Sidhu Moose Wala and when was Sidhu moose Wala born?
Shubdeep Singh Sidhu, or Sidhu Moosewala, was born on June 17, 1993, in the village of Moosewala in the Mansa district of Punjab. Moose Walla, who had a huge fan base, is known for his gangster raps.
Sidhu Moosewala holds a degree in Electrical Engineering and studied music in college. He later moved to Canada.
The controversy surrounding Sidhu Moose Wala’s song
Sidhu Moosewala was also known for his controversial Punjabi songs, which openly promoted gun culture and glorified thugs.
Released in September 2019, his song ‘Jatti Gone More The Bank Warki’ provoked outrage due to his reference to the 18th-century Sikh warrior Mai Paco. He was accused of shedding a negative light on the Sikh warrior. Moose Wala then apologized.
Another song, ‘Sanju’, sparked a controversy in July 2020. The song was released after Sidhu Moosewala was granted bail in the AK-47 shooting case. In a song posted on social media, he compared himself to actor Sanjay Dutt. He was charged under the Arms Act in May 2020 after a video of him training at a shooting site in the village of Barnala went viral on social media. However, he was later granted bail by the Sangrur court. Live TV