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Sonu Nigam slams T-Series owner Bhushan Kumar; warns, “You picked a fight with the wrong guy”

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Days after bursting out at the ‘mafias’ of the music industry, celebrated singer Sonu nigam has now openly slammed T-Series chairman and MD Bhushan Kumar.

Soon after Sushant Singh Rajput‘s death, Sonu had shared a video asking everyone to not be surprised if some singer commits suicide as well. He had also said that nepotism is ruining the music industry. And now he has accused Bhushan of trying to run a campaign against him.

Taking to his Instagram handle, Sonu shared a video today alongside the caption, “Laaton ke MAFIA baaton se nahi maante”. In his video message, the singer can be heard saying, “Bhushan Kumar, now I have to mention your name. And now, you deserve being addressed without respect. You have messed with the wrong person.”

In the same video, Sonu asks Bhushan, “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.”

Further warning Bhushan, Sonu said, “Do you remember, Marina Kuwar? 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.”

Three days back in his previous post, Sonu had said, “Today, Sushant Singh Rajput, an actor has died. Tomorrow you can hear the same for any singer, music composer or lyricist because there’s a bigger mafia that exists in the music industry. I was lucky to debut at a very young age and I didn’t get trapped in this. But it’s a difficult scenario for the young artistes.”

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Sonu had also stated that new talents are not being nurtured in the music industry due to the power play of two music companies. “The producers, directors and music composers want to work with new talent, but since they don’t have a tie-up with a music company, they are unable to. The entire power is with only two companies and two people. They decide who should sing and who shouldn’t,” he had said.

Bhushan Kumar is yet to respond to Sonu’s allegations. Until then, you guys stay tuned to this space for more updates on this story.

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