Days after his first social media video, in which he branded the music industry being run like the mafia, Sonu Nigam has now given T-Series Chairman and Managing Director, Bhushan Kumar, the most stern warning yet. The singer has accused Kumar of attempting to ruin his image.
In his latest video on Instagram, Nigam said, “Laaton ke mafia baaton se nahi maante (you cannot reason with the uncouth mafia with words).”
In Hindi, Nigam said, “Bhushan Kumar, now I have to mention your name. And now, you deserve being addressed without respect. You have messed with the wrong person.”
Adding further, “Do you remember the time when you would come to my home requesting me, ‘brother record an album for me. Brother, record Deewana for me. Brother, introduce me to Smita Thackeray and Bal Thackeray. Save me from Abu Salem. Abu Salem is abusing me, do you remember? Don’t mess with me, I am warning you.”
He signed off by saying, “Do you remember, Marina Kanwar? I don’t know why they backed out, but media knows how the mafia functions. I still have that video with me. Now if you mess with me, I will upload that video on my YouTube channel. So don’t mess with me.”
Nigam’s admission comes days after the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, which has led to a movement in the industry of nepotism, bullying and hypocrisy being questioned.
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