Sidhu Moosewala Talks About Archiving 1984 Post From Instagram And Decreasing Followers Count

Popular singer and actor of Punjabi entertainment industry, Sidhu Moosewala never ceases being in headlines. From his decision of joining Congress, to him deleting an instagram post regarding sikh riots of 1984, and the decrease in his followers; the artist has faced a lot of controversies and criticism.

Sidhu Moosewala has recently faced a dip in followers. There are many who ask him to increase fake followers overnight, but he does not believe in doing so. Tough decisions come with repercussions and Sidhu Moosewala stands by his decision. Decline in his followers is because of his decision to join congress. Talking about the same he said that he does not worry about the number of followers as he started his account with just 645 followers and reached upto 6.9 million at one time.

Also, there are several rumours regarding the reason behind Sidhu Moosewala deleting 1984 riots post. However, the truth is that he has not deleted a post for the first time. Since 2019, the posters of his old songs have also been eloping from his profile. He has a habit of maintaining a clean profile.He keeps on achieving the posts, and actually never deletes them. You will not see many previous posters on his profile including ‘Moosa Jatt’, ‘Satisfy’, and ‘Yes I Am Student’ he does all this so that his profile seems interesting.

Talking about deletion of a post regarding 1984, Sidhu Moosewala said, “I archived that post long ago. If I ever intended to delete, why would I put that post in the first place only? People sometimes pick up small things and project them in a bad manner. I don’t rush away from small things.”

No matter how many controversies Sidhu Moosewala has to go through, his true fans still support him in the best possible manner. Even though there is a decline in followers, yet there are thousands of compassionate comments visible in every instagram post on his official instagram handle.

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