BIG CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL MY #RKVians for becoming the— RAHUL VAIDYA RKV (@rahulvaidya23) April 27, 2021
First BB14 Contestant’s fandom & First Indian Singer’s Fandom to cross 1 MILLION hashtags on Instagram!
YOU ALL ARE A BRAND NOW 😉😎
Keep Loving ❤️#RahulVaidya #RKVians
1M IG HASHTAGS FOR RKVIANS pic.twitter.com/5on2C6loVP
Bigg Boss 14 first runner up singer Rahul Vaidya is on cloud nine! The singer has become the first BB contestant and the first Indian singer to mark 1 million hashtags on Instagram. Rahul who has enjoyed massive support and love during his BB14 days was seen thanking his fans calling them a brand. Along with this gratifying Tweet, he also posted a video on Instagram to shut the trolls, who maligned his image alleging he pumped a big moolah for his PR.
In this video, he is heard saying after being trolled for buying fans and having a paid PR to keep him in the news. He showed the victory sign and said that despite the show wrapping up, love continues to come his way. Adding more power to Rahul’s video was Scam 1992 theme music being played in the background. BB13 contestant Shefali Bagga commenting on wrote, “1 number,” Rahul has truly won hearts with solid performance in BB14.
Rahul Vaidya Tweet thanking his fans read, “BIG CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL MY #RKVians for becoming the First BB14 Contestant’s fandom & First Indian Singer’s Fandom to cross 1 MILLION hashtags on Instagram!YOU ALL ARE A BRAND NOW Keep RockingKeep Loving Red heart #RahulVaidya #RKVians 1M IG HASHTAGS FOR RKVIANS”
After Bigg Boss 14, SpotboyE got the exclusive news of the singer giving a nod to yet another reality show, Khatron Ke Khiladi to be shot in Capetown in South Africa, the shoot for the same will kick start from May 2021. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14’s Rahul Vaidya Beats The Summer Heat By Chilling In The Pool; His Smoking Hot Picture Leaves Fans Awestruck
Image Source: Instagram/rahulvaidyarkv
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