Canada-based Punjabi singer Shubhneet Singh said he was disappointed after his India tour was cancelled following allegations of his support for Khalistan.
In a post on Instagram, Shubh expressed he was extremely disheartened by the cancellation of the tour.
Punjabi rapper who is known for his songs like ‘We Rollin’ said that that he was "highly amped up and enthusiastic" to perform in his home country.
BookMyShow cancelled his show after the ticket-booking app faced a boycott call on social media after Shubh's sharing a ‘distorted’ map of India on his Instagram story in January, which omitted the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, and the Northeastern states, which caption: “Pray for Punjab".
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The singer later deleted the map and replaced it with a message that read "Pray for Punjab" without any picture.
Shubh has denied any wrongdoing and said he only shared the map to Pray for Punjab after reports of electricity and internet shutdowns in the state and wanted to perform in his home country.
Adding insult to injury, since the controversy begun, Virat Kohli, along with fellow cricketers KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya, have unfollowed the singer on Instagram.