Daler Mehndi Gets TROLLED As He Falls For Prince Harry Meme; Thanks British Royal For 'Listening' to His Music! Fans Say, ‘This Is The Cutest Acceptance Speech Ever’

It all started when a Twitter handle going by @qualiteaposts shared a Prince Harry meme

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Daler Mehndi Gets TROLLED As He Falls For Prince Harry Meme; Thanks British Royal For 'Listening' to His Music! Fans Say, ‘This Is The Cutest Acceptance Speech Ever’
Daler Mehndi has seemingly witnessed a rather embarrassing moment as he unwittingly fell for a little meme that was poking fun at Prince Harry. In a wholesome (but sadly misplaced) message, Mehndi quote-tweeted a screengrab of the meme and shared that he created a unique Pop Folk Ethnic Music Style. 

It all started, when a Twitter trend wherein a person who’s going viral at the moment- Prince Harry for all his bombastic revelations in memoir ‘Spare’ or Jenna Ortega from ‘Wednesday’- “says" some very niche things which are obviously not true.

In such a joke, a Twitter handles going by @qualiteaposts shared a Prince Harry meme, writing that Mehndi was the artist that the British royal listened to in his ‘lowest moments’.


Reacting to the post, Mehndi quote-tweeted a screenshot of the meme and wrote, “I am grateful to the blessings of Guru Nanak, my mom and dad, I created a unique Pop Folk Ethnic Music Style. Love you Prince Harry! God Bless you, In gratitude that my music helped you. @TeamSussex".

Meanwhile, fans were being too nice too Mehndi and they did not want to burst the singer’s bubble. “No one tells him! Absolutely no one," wrote one Twitter user. Another let him know that they are proud of the singer and nothing’s the matter.

Well, it’s probably only a matter of time before Mehndi realises what happened. 

Sadly, Prince Harry himself isn’t going to escape the memes anytime soon. 

One of the (less important) revelations made by Prince Harry in his memoir ‘Spare’ includes the fact that he had a frostbitten penis during his brother Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding. He said that he was suffering from it after an expedition to the North Pole in 2011, reported Page Six.