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‘RIP Moose’: Drake shares pic of Sidhu Moose Wala for condolence

‘RIP Moose’: Drake shares pic of Sidhu Moose Wala for condolence

‘RIP Moose’: Drake shares pic of Sidhu Moose Wala for condolence
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The death of Punjabi musician Sidhu Moose Wala has prompted US rapper Drake to express his sympathies. Unidentified gunmen shot and killed Sidhu, a Congress politician, in Punjab’s Mansa district on Sunday, a day after the Punjab government reduced his security cover. Drake shared a photo of Sidhu and his mother on Instagram Stories on Monday. He added a bird emoji and wrote, “RIP Moose.”

Fans of both artists were disappointed that they were unable to cooperate on a single.  “I always had the feeling that Sidhu and Drake would collab one day because they both have links to Toronto and it would have been massive for the Punjabi music industry, it’s a shame we’ll never see it happen no.”

A fan commented on Twitter. Another said,  “Didnt’t even get to see that Drake x Sidhu collab or that Nav x Sidhu collab,”

“Being a punjabi, I am a die hard fan of Sidhu Moose Wala and just tweeted before his death that I wanted a collab of him with drake. Life is so unpredictable. Always loved his vibe. I’ll miss him,” Another admirer said.

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Sidhu, 28, ran for Mansa in the last assembly election on a Congress ticket and was beaten by Vijay Singla of the AAP. According to police sources, Goldy Brar, a Canadian, has claimed responsibility for Moosewala’s murder.

Congress and other political leaders voiced shock and outrage at the killing, blaming the tragedy on the AAP government. According to the DGP, a three-person Special Investigation Team has been formed to investigate the murder.

The state police chief stated in a statement that the singer’s security cover had been reduced to free up officers for deployment for the Operation Bluestar anniversary next month. Two of the four Punjab police commandos who had been assigned to him had been removed, he added.

After joining the Punjab Congress, the singer was hailed as a “young idol” and a “international figure.” His father is an ex-serviceman, while his mother is the Sarpanch of Moosa village in Mansa district. With hits like Jatt Da Muqabla, Dollar, So High, and Bambiha Bole, he made a reputation for himself as a Punjabi singer.

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