Other rappers are not my brothers: Honey Singh disses Raftaar

  • ANI, New Delhi
  • Updated: Mar 29, 2016 18:57 IST
Honey Singh, Raftaar and Badshah were once part of a group called Mafia Mundeer till they parted ways in 2012 over creative differences.

After rapper Badshah, singer Yo Yo Honey Singh has decided to take on Raftaar. He has gone ahead and slammed the Swag Meri Desi rapper once again.

Honey Singh was in Delhi to launch the first song from his upcoming Punjabi film Zorawar. Raftaar had recently commented that his counterpart Honey Singh was like his brother even though the latter refused to recognize him.

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When asked about his views on Raftaar’s above-mentioned comment, Singh said, “I am not anyone’s brother and I only have one younger sister. I don’t consider my counterpart rappers as my brothers.”

Read: Yo Yo Honey Singh feels great about performing after a 18-month hiatus

When questioned as to why he chose to compare Badshah to a Nano, the 33-year-old rapper began blushing and said, “God bless everybody and everyone is having fun so let it be.”

Read: Dazed! Honey Singh doesn’t know who rapper Raftaar is

Earlier, the Lungi dance singer had said that if he was Rolls Royce, Badshah was only Nano (referring to the low-budget Tata car) to which Raftaar had commented that Honey Singh was behaving like an ‘insecure little girl’. When asked, Honey had simply shrugged it off, saying: “I don’t know, who is that.”

Rappers Honey Singh, Badshah and Raftaar were once part of a group called Mafia Mundeer but all of them parted ways over creative differences in 2012.

Read: Honey Singh might call him a Nano but Raftaar still thinks he is his bro

Singh was missing from action for the last 18 months, as the rapper revealed, he was suffering from bipolar disorder.

The Brown Rang hitmaker, who will soon be seen kicking bad guys in his debut lead role in Zorawar said that though he has done many videos, acting is difficult. It is much easier to perform in a video, he added.

Zorawar will hit the theatres on May 6, 2016.

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