Rapper MC Stan aka Altaf Sheikh has become the winner of Bigg Boss 16 ever since. He is constantly in the headlines. Now big news related to him is coming out. It is being told that his live concert in Indore was cancelled. Not only this, it is alleged that Bajrang Dal thrashed the rapper and also threatened him.
Karni Sena has alleged that the MC uses foul language in his songs. Following the incident that took place on Friday night, the city police on Saturday registered a case against some members of the outfit, an official said, though no arrests have been made so far.
what is the whole matter
Significantly, after becoming the winner of ‘Bigg Boss 16’, MC Stan is doing live concerts in different cities of the country. He had a live show in Indore on 17th March. Meanwhile, the people of Bajrang Dal created a lot of ruckus. In fact, Bajrang Dal has alleged that MC Stan openly abuses and objectifies women in his songs.
Apart from this, it is alleged that MC Stan promotes drugs in his songs, which is ruining the youth. But singer-rapper MC Stan did not agree and as soon as he sang in the concert late in the night, the people of Karni Sena reached the stage.
Singer had to run away from the beach show after the ruckus. The ruckus increased so much that the police had to resort to lathi charge. At the same time, hundreds of public gathered on the streets, where Karni Sena was continuously protesting.
Videos went viral on social media
Esmi Stan’s fans have come out in her support on social media. Many people have to ask how the people of Karni Sena reached the stage. Why didn’t any security stop them? Many people are saying that there is no respect for the artist in India. Some videos of this incident are also going viral on social media. In which members of Bajrang Dal are seen threatening. Let us inform that MC Stan has a live show in Nagpur on March 18 after Indore. After this he will do a show in Ahmedabad on 28th April. The next day he will have a live concert in Jaipur on 29th, then Kolkata on 6th May and Delhi on 7th May.
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