Rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh admits being married
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: In an exclusive interview with Zee News Channel head Sudhir Chaudhary Rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh has admitted for the first time that he is married. Till now, every time he was asked a question Honey Singh had denied being married.
Infact, he had also denied that the photographs of his marriage were genuine. In his first extensive interview to any news channel Honey Singh also revealed that after 16th December rape he was shocked and went into a depression.
Honey Singh said that he had never thought anybody could have made such a serious allegation against him singing a song derogatory to women. Honey Singh said,"I have never sang or heard the song `Mein Hoon Balatkari,` (I am a rapist).
"I have never ever sang any song on rape and making any such allegation is preposterous. So people who are jealous of me spread these rumours but time has proved me right." Honey Singh added.
"Girls have been suppressed for long. Crimes against women are on the rise because women have the courage to come out in the open and fight the perpetrators of these heinous crimes. Youth today have an open mind and they will change our nation and our world, he said.
(Full interview on Zee News on Sunday, 5 pm to 6 pm and 8 to 9pm.)
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