Days after he claimed that his friendship with rapper MC Stan had ended, Abdu Rozik, a Tajik singer and former Bigg Boss 16 competitor, released a statement on behalf of the singer. Abdu Rozik recently told paparazzi on a flight out of India that their ‘friendship has ended’ and that he didn’t want to talk about it. Also, he claimed that ‘Abdu is bad’ is being said by people in the media.
On March 10, Sajid Khan visited Abdu and called MC Stan, but he hung up and said he would call back later, according to a recent statement. Stan received a voice message from Abdu as well, but he didn’t reply. The following day, Abdu and Stan were in Bengaluru. Abdu spoke with the rapper’s manager and expressed his desire to “wanted to support his brother by attending, not performing” at his show. Stan didn’t want Abdu at the location, so the security personnel and organisers informed him.
Here’s What The Team Statement Stated:
A part of the statement read, “Abdu then thinking this was a mistake from Stan’s team, tried to go to the venue as a normal guest with a ticket only to be sworn at very bad words by Stan’s management and to be turned away at the normal entrance and have the car damaged and panels broken.”
The two record labels reportedly sought to work with Abdu and Stan, according to the statement. Stan and his staff notified them that they preferred not to collaborate with Abdu. “Abdu was naturally disappointed and saddened due to the response as he believed him and MC Stan are friends and naturally out of manners and respect discussing these things privately first before public hears is more respectful,” further stated.
Bigg Boss 16 referred to the “Mandali” as MC Stan, Abdu Rozik, Sajid Khan, Shiv Thakare, Sumbul Touqeer Khan, and Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia. In addition, the complaint said that the ‘mandali’ told Abdu that Stan was upset since the singer declined to pose with his mother at the Bigg Boss finale.
Then the statement said, “As little or large an issue may be, respect is so important between brothers and between fans and their idols. We condemn anyone who is being racist, body shaming, bullying, height shaming, and defaming Abdu and will take action against the specific group of accounts who are doing this.”