Women's Commission Request Lift Ban Over Yo Yo Honey Singh's Vulgar Lyrics Song "Makhna"

Mina Muzumdar |Jul 03, 2019

Yo Yo Honey Singh seems to land in trouble again as his latest song Makhna sparks controversy with vulgar lyrics.

Yo Yo Honey Singh who is no stranger to controversy has landed himself in trouble again with comeback single. The song named Makhna has spearheaded a controversy over its vulgar languages in the lyrics.

According to report, Punjab State Women Commission's chairperson Manisha Gulati then filed a criminal case against the Punjabi rapper. In details, she demands to lift a ban over the song with offensive lyrics to women such as “Mein hoon womaniser (I am a womaniser)”.



Therefore, Makhna will be censored for its lyrics. Apart from the lyrics, Manisha Gulati also slams the video for using inappropriate images. The women's commission then stated that a ban on the song is needed at the moment as Makhna is "indecent and have a degrading influence on society".



Another fangirl said: "We’re in a country where extremists criticise movies like @KabirSinghMovie but groove to the beats of Honey Singh’s #makhna"

Honey Singh returned to the spotlight last year after a hiatus time and has been working hard since then. In fact, he will soon release the remake of his first composition Khadke Glassy in Parineeti Chopra and Sidharth Malhotra's flick Jabariya Jodi.

Earlier, Yo Yo Honey Singh ran into trouble for lyrics "Main hoon balatkari (I am a rapist)”.


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