British rapper Stefflon Don visited the village of late Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala on his birthday on Sunday and paid tribute to him.
Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, popularly known as Sidhu Moosewala, was shot dead in Mansa district of Punjab on May 29.
The British artiste was welcomed to Moosewala’s home in Moosa village of Mansa by his father Balkaur Singh.
Ms. Don, who worked with Moosewala on songs like “Invincible” and “47,” said she came to celebrate the singer’s legacy.
“I spent some time with Sidhu Moosewala and I would say he was a great guy. He stood for his people and that’s why I love him the most…Sidhu will live forever (in our hearts),” she said .
— Reppin_MooseWala (@Punjabihitzz) June 11, 2023
Several fans and supporters of Moosewala gathered in the village of Moosa to pay tribute to the singer, with some even carrying cakes and flowers. They also distributed ‘chabeel’ (fresh water) at various places in Punjab and Chandigarh on the occasion.
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