Shubh Song 'King Shit': Canadian Punjabi artist Shubh has stirred up controversy by indirectly addressing celebs in his song 'King Shit.' The track, part of the singer's album, critiques unidentified celebrities and their recent engagements with political figures. This has sparked comparisons among netizens to Kangana Ranaut, who had previously criticized Shubh amidst the Khalistani controversy.
Shubh, previously entangled in a social media uproar for sharing a controversial map of India, faced repercussions as all his concerts in India were canceled due to protests. Accused of supporting Khalistanis, Shubh addressed the issue on his official Instagram account, emphasizing his connection to India and expressing disappointment at the undeserved animosity.
Shubh's New EP Leo
Amidst the controversy, the singer announced the release of his new EP, "Leo," featuring four tracks: "King Shit," "Safety Off," "You and Me," and "Hood Anthem." The EP gained attention not only for its musical content but also for his response to Kangana Ranaut and Hindu Nationalists, showcased in the song "King Shit."
King Shit Song
The verse in "King Shit" serves as a direct reply to the accusations and criticisms leveled against Shubh, gaining traction on social media. Netizens have flooded the comment section with appreciation for the singer, drawing comparisons to the late Sidhu Moosewala's bold style.
The controversy further escalated as Kangana Ranaut faced trolling on her social media after Shubh's verse went viral. Kangana had previously labeled the singer as a Khalistani and criticized a hoodie worn by him during a live concert, alleging it depicted the assassination of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and her bodyguard.
Kangana Ranaut's Dispute with Punjabi Singers
This is not the first time Kangana Ranaut has engaged in public disputes. During the farmers' movement, she targeted singer Diljit Dosanjh, referring to him as a Khalistani and even calling to him as Karan Johar's pet dog. The ensuing Twitter war between Kangana and Diljit continued for an extended period.
Meanwhile Shubh's EP 'Leo' is making waves, leaving a lasting impact on the music industry.