Bollywood actor Salman Khan filed a defamation suit against Kamaal R Khan aka KRK for his unwarranted remarks on the actor. Later, Salman’s legal team issued an official statement on the same. Amidst all this, singer Mika Singh extended support to Salman Khan. The singer was infuriated with KRK’s remark and warned him to not mess around. KRK then hit back at Mika Singh and called him ‘unpadh’. Mika Singh on Monday took to his Twitter to share a video posted by a fan addressing the dog as ‘KRK’. The singer requested everyone to not compare dogs with ‘KRK Kutta’.
Mika Singh hit back at Kamaal R Khan in his latest tweet. On Twitter, the singer tweeted, “I Request everybody please don’t make fun of dogs . I repeat thank you and don’t compare dogs with #KRKKutta. It’s my humble request to everyone…” Singh requested his fans and well-wishers to not make fun of dogs after a fan posted a video of a dog, addressing it as ‘KRK’. Mika Singh was not done here. He followed the online trend ‘KRK Kutta’ and urged fans to not repeat such a thing again.
Meanwhile, the tweet made by the fan read, “Ab tweeter private kar ke pith dikha raha hai #KRKKutta now u will come to knw the pain tht all the film actors n actresses hav gone through only person have come forward n stood up for this thnx to @MikaSingh We love you for ur generous nature and talent love u sir ji” The fan heaped praise of Mika Singh for standing against KRK. The user slammed KRK for criticising film actors and actresses. The user also pointed out that KRK has made his handle ‘private’. Take a look at the tweet below:
For the unversed, after Salman Khan filed the defamation suit against KRK, the latter appealed to the actor’s father Salim Khan for help. He promised to delete the film Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai review video. Also Read: Bigg Boss 14 Challenger Arshi Khan, 'I Told KRK To Apologise To Salman Khan And Not Take The Controversy Ahead'- EXCLUSIVE
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