Chandigarh, June 11 (IAS): Renowned British rap artist Stephanie Allen, AKA Stefflon Don, visited his family home in the village of Mansa, Punjab on Sunday to pay tribute to the late famous Punjabi singer Sidu Mooswara on his birthday. expressed.
Hundreds of Shubdeep Singh Sidhu, popularly known by his stage name Sidhu Musewara, who has a huge fan base of millions, was shot dead in Mansa district on May 29, 2022. Fans and devotees began to flock to the palatial mansion of the deceased singer in the Mansa district. Musa Village in the morning.
Accompanied by the late rapper’s father Barkaul Singh Sidhu and mother Charan Kaul Singh, Stefflon Don interacted freely with the crowd of Mooswara devotees.
A series of videos posted online show Stefflon Don roaming the streets of Musa village with Punjabi producer Sandy Gioia.
In addition to ‘Invisible’, Stefflon Don also co-starred with Moosewalla in ’47’.
Mooswara’s mother, Charan Kaur, wrote a touching note on Mooswara’s birthday saying her son was born to lead the world on the path of truth.
The note reads, “Happy birthday my son. On this day, when I held you for the first time and felt the warmth in my heart, my wishes and prayers came true.
“Then I learned that Akal Prak gave me a son. Blessed be the little feet that, while sitting in the village, did not know that this little foot had traveled all over the world. I hope you know there is a slight redness: “They didn’t know you were giving the Punjabi generation a different worldview.”
On May 29th this year, the world mourned the first anniversary of Mooswara’s death.
Prior to that day, Tion Wayne and Mist remembered him on their hit UK rap records “Healing” and “Double Dappy” respectively.
Moosewara’s song “The Last Ride” is said to have been a tribute to rapper Tupac Shakur, who was shot dead in his car in 1996 at the age of 25.
Sadly, 28-year-old Mooswara was also shot dead while driving the day after the security cover was removed.
Mooswara was taken to hospital and pronounced dead.