There is not a day that Kamaal R Khan has not launched an attack on Twitter. From Shah Rukh Khan, Disha Patani to Salim Khan and Vivek Oberoi, he has trained them all. In his battle with Salman Khan, he also faced off against Mika Singh, who supported the superstar. Now KRK has dragged the controversy over Rakhi Sawant and called the Punjabi singer a “rapist”. Read on for more details!
For the uninformed, it was in 2006 when Mika and Rakhi engaged in a huge controversy. They were both in attendance at Singh’s birthday party when Sawant accused the singer of forcibly kissing her. Images and videos of the same are going viral by now. Bigg Boss 14 competitor even filed a police complaint and said she would never speak to him again.
Kamaal R Khan has now brought the issue back after Mika Singh released the song KRK Kutta on him. Outlining the same on Twitter, the self-proclaimed critic wrote: “KRK says: after all the discussions with my lawyers, I have decided not to file a defamation claim as there is no point in fighting a lawsuit. business for the next 15 years. Therefore, my videos on all of them are coming soon. Check out this review tomorrow morning.
Kamaal R Khan shared a YouTube thumbnail where Mika Singh was seen forcefully kissing Rakhi Sawant. The title in the photo read: “Hawas ke poojari Mika ka sach. But not that, another text at the bottom said: “Mika is a rapist?”
Check it out below:
KRK says: After all the discussions with my lawyers, I have decided not to bring a libel claim as there is no point in fighting for a case for the next 15 years. Therefore, my videos on all of them are coming soon. Check out this review tomorrow morning. pic.twitter.com/ZVOZ8D1oFu
– KRKBOXOFFICE (@KRKBoxOffice) June 12, 2021
Meanwhile, KRK said in his previous article that he would not let the industry make him another Sushant Singh Rajput.
Salman Khan, after his libel trial, is also seeking contempt action against Kamaal R Khan.
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