Gippy Grewal, a Punjabi singer, told music producers that they shouldn’t put out any unfinished or unreleased songs by Sidhu Moose Wala, a singer and rapper who died in 2016.
On Thursday, Gippy said that anyone who shared or leaked Sidhu’s work on Twitter could be sued.
His statement said, “We ask all the music producers with whom Sidhu has worked in the past not to release or share his finished or unfinished tracks.” If his work gets out, we will go to court against the people who did it. “After Sidhu’s Bhog on June 8, please give all of the items to his father.”
Sidhu was a 28-year-old musician and rapper from Punjab. He was shot and killed on May 29 in Mansa, Punjab, by people who are still unknown.
Police sources say that Goldy Brar, who is from Canada, has admitted to killing Moosewala.
Congress and other political leaders were shocked and angry about the death. They blamed the AAP government for the tragedy. A three-person special investigation team has been set up, according to the DGP, to look into the murder.
In a statement, the head of the state police said that the singer’s security had been cut back so that more officers could be used for next month’s anniversary of Operation Bluestar. He also said that two of the four Punjab police commandos who had been put in charge of him had been taken away.
The singer was called a “young idol” and a “international figure” after she joined the Punjab Congress. His father is a former soldier, and his mother is the Sarpanch of Moosa village in the district of Mansa. He became known as a Punjabi singer with hits like “Jatt Da Muqabla,” “Dollar, So High,” and “Bambiha Bole.”