Sonu Nigam shared a video on Twitter and urged people to learn the "truth" behind Kumar Vishwas' "alleged" comment on farmer Gajendra Singh's suicide.
I am far from politics but I feel this truth should come out for the sake of my poet friend Kumar Vishwas. https://t.co/E4QWJrgg6c— Sonu Nigam (@sonunigam) April 26, 2015
Later Sonu Tweeted and said, "So now Zee announces a ban on me. :) What do I say.. God bless everyone."
He followed it up with a series of tweets:
Glad 2 see a nice response 2 my tweet last night. My duty is 2 be rational. True 2 what I see. Irrespective of d party or d person.— Sonu Nigam (@sonunigam) April 27, 2015
So now Zee announces a ban on me. :) What do I say.. God bless everyone.— Sonu Nigam (@sonunigam) April 28, 2015
Wonder should it not be illegal to ban someone on the pretext of nothing in a democracy? Influencing others to not work with an individual.— Sonu Nigam (@sonunigam) April 28, 2015
Well legal or illegal, one thing's for sure. Banning someone, is definitely unGodly.— Sonu Nigam (@sonunigam) April 28, 2015
I Am Grateful for all your support. I would wanna believe that the negativity wouldn't last too long.— Sonu Nigam (@sonunigam) April 29, 2015
Soon after Sonu tweeted about the ban, the hashtag #IStandWithSonuNigam started trending on twitter as the Twitter world came in support of the renowned playback singer.
Music Company runs because of Singers, not the vice versa. #IStandWithSonuNigam— ऋषि नवेंदुष्वर (@NavenduSingh_) April 29, 2015
As per ABP report, "now Zee Music will not buy any music with ‘Sonu Nigam songs' as they have put a ban on him."