KK’s daughter urges fans to stop abusing the late choir
New Delhi: Singer KK’s untimely death sent shock waves and broke the hearts of his fans across the country. The 53-year-old singer suffered a heart attack while attending a live concert at a college function in Kolkata. It happened after he started sweating and was rushed to the hotel. However, upon getting there, he collapsed and was immediately rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead by a doctor.
Almost a month after the singer’s death, KK’s daughter Tamara shared a long note on social media, urging people not to ‘abuse’ or ‘spread hatred’ against the choir. He also shared a throwback photo of KK happily posing with his group. In his note, Tamara shares how the team is no less than a family to KK. The late singer called his band ‘Hope and Loved’ and asked people to send their love and support to them because ‘they need it just like we do’.
He said in the post, “We would like to thank all the beautiful people in this film for accompanying Dad on all his travels, for their significant contributions to his shows and for making them memorable scenes. I told Uncle Hitesh; Mom, Nakul and I were not there for Dad’s last moments, Couldn’t even say goodbye, but we’re all so happy to have him by his side. Since he joined Dad, his stress has gone away. ”
He added, “I have heard disgusting letters and a lot of anger coming from Hitesh Mama and Subham. Ask yourself what Dad would think if he saw such abusers among you? Your judgment on.Don’t spread hatred on their orders.All of Dad’s fans send their love and support to his close family.However, not every dad was with us, he was with his 2nd family, as he calls them, do not hate rumors, please spread your love to them too Send support. They need it too. We do. We all suffer. ”
“Even though we’ve not on Dad’s last day, I’m so grateful that he kept them with him. These are the people who loved Daddy wholeheartedly, a great reason to become Daddy. I want to ask you if you love Daddy so much, you do not believe who he trusted? Is this verbal abuse or I urge everyone to stop the abuse, and if you find it, please take a stand and speak out against it. Be kind – Jyoti, Nakul and Tamara, “she concluded.
KK became famous for his songs like ‘Tadap Tadap’ from ‘Hum Dil De Suke Sanam’, ‘Kuda Jaane’ from ‘Pachna Ae Haseeno’, ‘Ankon Mein Theri’ from ‘Om Shanti Om’, ‘Zindagi To Pal Ki’ . From ‘Kites’, ‘Gangster’ to ‘Tu Hey Mary Shub Hai’ and many more.