Rapper Badshah has been questioned for three consecutive days by the Crime Intelligence Unit of the Mumbai Crime Branch. As per the reports, the rapper has been accused of buying fake followers and views. According to Mumbai police Badshah has paid Rs 72 lakh for getting extra views on his video to break the records. The rapper is being questioned in connection with the recently discovered racket that sold fake views and followers on social media. However, Badshah has denied all the allegations.
While officials who investigated Badshah asserted that Badshah has paid Rs 72 lakh for purchasing 7.2 crore views for breaking the records. Officials said the Pagal Hai video by Badshah got more than 75 million views on the first day itself. He broke Taylor Swift’s record and also the BTS (Koren Band). Google has however rejected the claim.
Another official investigating the Badshah told that they are also interrogating Badshah’s previously released songs other than Pagal Hai.
Aditya Singh who is famous by the name Badshah was interrogated by the Mumbai crime branch. The crime branch official said that they have prepared a list of around 250 questions. Deputy Commissioner NandKumar Thakur said that the rapper has confessed to them that he paid Rs 72 lakh to a company for breaking the world record of the most viewed video.
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Furthermore, Badshah has yet not admitted any of the allegations imposed on him. He told me that he has imparted his contributions and have supported the police in the investigation. He has entirely denied all the allegations that have been imposed on him and has made clear that he never did this kind of illegal activity. The investigation procedure in relation to the scam is still going on as per the ruling of the law and he holds complete morality in the law.
The joint commissioner of Police, Vinay Kumar Chaubey is leading the inspection and interrogation for the case. The case has so far revealed that over 10 celebrities including the sportspersons. These celebrities have bought fake followers and views and are registered under the scam. Previously names of Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra came up in the fake follower’s scam.
The inspection was led by Vinay Kumar Chaubey, Mumbai”s Joint Commissioner of Police. It revealed the names of 10 celebrities, including other celebrities from the sports, political, and entertainment world. These celebrities might also be investigated and are under the scanner.