AP Dhillon SLAMS 'Controlled Media', Justifies Breaking Guitar On Stage With 'Justice For Sidhu Moosewala' Message

AP Dhillon SLAMS 'Controlled Media', Justifies Breaking Guitar On Stage With 'Justice For Sidhu Moosewala' Message

AP Dhillon also shared several other videos of singers breaking their guitars on stage

Sachin TUpdated: Wednesday, April 17, 2024, 11:10 AM IST
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Indo-Canadian singer and rapper AP Dhillon shared a series of pictures and videos to give a glimpse of his performance at Coachella 2024 festival. Taking to his official Instagram account on Wednesday (April 17), AP Dhillon also justified his act of breaking his guitar on stage after his performance. For those unversed, the singer was criticised by social media users for not respecting the musical instrument.

Now, the singer has justified his act by sharing several other videos of singers breaking their guitars on stage.

"The media is controlled and I’m out of control," he captioned his post.

AP Dhillon pays tribute to Moosewala

During his debut performance at Coachella, AP Dhillon paid tribute to late Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala. In his latest post, he also shared a picture in which he is seen standing on stage and right behind him, a projected message "Justice for Sidhu Moosewala" can be seen.

Sidhu was shot dead in May 2022 and his murder case remains unsolved till date.

AP Dhillon criticised

The video of AP Dhillon breaking his guitar did not go down well with a section of social media users. While some of his fans were all praises for the singer, others slammed him.

A user commented, "Respect the things which brought you to this stage, It’s completely your and your loss." Another user asked, "And you think doing this looked good?🥲🤷‍♂️"

Some of them also compared AP Dhillon with actor-singer Diljit Dosanjh. "That is what makes Diljit different from others," the comment read.

Another angry user commented, "Pop Artists break guitars to look cool. They try to imitate Rock/Metal Artists not realising that they break their guitars out of the adrenaline rush and intensity of playing the instrument. It always hurts to see the poor instrument face the wrath of these wannabes. In India, we pray to the instrument. Pooja karte hain. Saraswati Maa basti hain usme. This is pathetic. Do better AP."

Coachella 2024 started on April 13 in Indio, California. Singers Lil Uzi Vert, Sabrina Carpenter, Lana Del Ray, Sid Sriram and ATEEZ among others performed on the first day of the event.

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