Honey Singh's comeback song has attracted controversy after six months of its release and while were still trying to understand what took the Punjab State Women Commission Chairperson Manisha Gulati to come forward against the song's 'lewd' lyrics, Jasbir Jassi takes a plunge into this trending topic by saying something that's raising eyebrows.
In a recent statement given by Jasbir Jassi, the singer was quoted saying, "To avoid vulgar content, rappers like him should not only be banned but also be punished."
Taking suo moto cognisance, Punjab State Women Commission Chairperson Manisha Gulati said she has written to the Director General of Police to register a criminal case against the singer for using lyrics like Mein Hoon Womaniser (I am a womaniser)".
She has demanded a ban on the song as according to her it is ‘indecent and has a degrading influence on society’.
In Honey Singh's musical career, the man has always been surrounded by controversies, sometimes due to lyrics, professional rivalry, personal rivalry and so on. Even the Punjab and Haryana High Court had ordered the Punjab government to file a case against Honey Singh for singing vulgar songs.
Not a fan of such lyrics Jasbir said to IANS that Honey Singh and other rappers have in a way brought in a rap revolution by bringing in the western culture. They have been following them in terms of vulgar lyrics. They don't know that there's a huge difference between western culture and the Indian culture. To avoid vulgarity created by these rappers, you should not only ban them but punish them too. They should be punished for creating nuisance and vulgarity.