The tremendous rise in the petrol prices got everyone bothered. Singer Shaan took to his social media account and asked why is the state and central government not levying GST on it, asking for an answer. However, this tweet of the singer got him a bitter response from a social media user asking him to concentrate on his singing skills, which the person claimed he has lost. Known to be a calm and composed person, the singer though did not bust out in anger, he asked the troll to explain it to him.
While the troll tweeted, "Concentrate on your Singing skill which you have lost and do not try to interfere on the matter which you do not understand." Shaan responding to it tweeted, "I am asking so someone can explain ... and may I ask you what is your understanding on music that you are Telling me .. I have lost my Singing skill?!." This tweet of the singer got his fans slamming the troll who later deleted the distasteful Tweet.
One of Shaan’s supporters online wrote, "You Are Sounding As If You Are Lata Mangeshkar Of Singing World So Vice versa apply to you that don't suggest others on there Work field till you yourself have done PHD on That Perticular Field." While another netizen tweeted, "You telling shaan to concentrate on singing??? Wat???? Do you even knw to sing 2 phrases of anything?"
I am asking so someone can explain ... and may I ask you what is your understanding on music that you are Telling me .. I have lost my Singing skill ?! https://t.co/IXEJ47nA3P— Shaan (@singer_shaan) February 27, 2021
Shaan’s tweet which gave rise to trolls was "Why can’t the government bring GST on petrol ?! Why is petrol being taxed so heavily.. by State and Centre?! Is there any logical answer?? Please help me understand someone." ALSO READ: Sniper: Singer Shaan Unleashes All-New Avatar, Portrays A Suave Gangster In His Latest Single Featuring Sonali Raut- VIDEO
The singer has worked in the industry for 25 years.
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