Renowned musician Aditya Prateek Singh Sisodia aka Badshah has been making waves in the music industry with his songs for quite some time now. Before making a name for himself in Bollywood, he and rapper Honey Singh were a part of a band called Mafia Mundeer, which also consisted of musicians Raftaar, Ikka, and Lil’ Golu. However, in 2009, Honey started focusing more on his career in Bollywood which led to a conflict between the rappers.
Badshah opened up about the same in a recent interaction with Raj Shamani on his podcast. Calling their band, Mafia Mundeer, a thought and link-minded people getting together, he revealed that initially it was just him and Honey. Talking about the conflict he revealed that it was in 2009, that there was a break between him and the Blue Eyes singer. He revealed how Honey would constantly dodge his calls. ALSO READ: Badshah Issues Clarification Over ‘BTS Bibba’ Lyrics Amid BTS ARMY Controversy: Playlist mein BAD BUNNY BTS ‘BIEBER'-READ BELOW
The 37-year-old recalled how Honey wanted to focus on his solo career, so the songs that their band made never released. Sharing his thoughts on Singh’s self-centered attitude, he questioned why the rapper never considered them. Quoted by DNA, he said, “We have left everything behind and come here. You (Honey) should not be so self-centered. On the one hand, you call us brothers, but on the other, you fail to acknowledge our struggles. He made us sign blank papers; what about those contracts? It was a tough phase.” ALSO READ: Badshah Recalls Meeting Shah Rukh Khan-Salman Khan After Their Tiff; Says, ‘They’d Just Had Their Patch Up, Were Sharing Anecdotes With Each Other’
For the unversed, the band split in 2012 and all the musicians went on to establish their solo careers. They have made many songs together like Khol Botal, Begani Naar Buri, and Delhi Ke Deewane among others.
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