The shockingly sudden demise of the Punjabi singer and rapper Sidhu Mosewala has left his fans shattered with broken hearts. Reportedly, he was shot with 30 bullets while driving his SUV in village Jhawahar Ke in Mansa district with two others and was declared dead at the Mansa Civil Hospital.
The singer, whose real name is Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, was born on June 17, 1993; he was only 28 years old and had earned a big name for himself in the Punjabi music industry. The singer rose to fame in his twenties, but it wasn't always simple or blissful, as controversy always surrounded the Punjabi artist. His songs were mostly about guns, rivalry and aggression.
Other than these songs, his songs would talk about hustle and his life struggles, which struck a chord in the hearts of the people.
Netizens on social media couldn't hold back their sadness after Sidhu's demise, as his fans shared stories and posts for him. Apart from his fans, several people from Bollywood and music industry from across the world took to social media to express their grief.
Ranveer Singh and Vicky Kaushal have always loved Punjabi songs, and Sidhu was one of their favourites; they displayed their love by posting a story on their social media. Shahid Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan and Varun Dhawan also paid tribute to Sidhu Mosewala.
Punjabi Singer Guru Randhawa, actor Shehnaaz Gill, singer-actor Gippy Grewal, Pooja Bhatt, comedian Munawar Faruqui, Amy Virk and Sonam Bajwa also paid tribute to Sidhu over social media. Comedian Kapil Sharma tweeted it was 'very shocking', and music composer and singer Vishal Dadlani called it a 'sad day'.
Gurdas Maan has shared a heartwarming photo of young Sidhu with his parents.
Kise da jawaan dhee ya putt es duniya toh chala jaave, es toh vadda dukh koi nhi ho sakda duniya te. Waheguruji mehar kareyo?? #sidhumoosewala— Shehnaaz Gill (@ishehnaaz_gill) May 29, 2022
Apart from this, the Rap king Drake had also paid tribute to Sidhu Moosewala. Many of their fans had always anticipated seeing both the rappers together.
One of the fans wrote, "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 now," wrote a fan on Twitter. "Didn't even get to see that Drake x Sidhu collab or that Nav x Sidhu collab," commented another.
His death left an underlying question of safety and has created a silence about how people are not even safe on the roads.
However, without a doubt, he will stay alive through his music and through the love his fans have for him. His recent song was ironically was 'The Last Ride'.