Fan Claims Mic Attack After Singer Throws Phone

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Fan Claims Mic Attack After Singer Throws Phone

| Updated: February 16, 2024 17:45

Fan Claims Mic Attack After Singer Throws Phone

New Delhi: The recent uproar surrounding singer Aditya Narayan, sparked by a viral video showing him throwing a fan’s phone during a concert in Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, has taken a new twist. The student involved in the incident, Lovkesh Chandravanshi, a third-year BSc student at Rungta College, denied the allegations of “dragging the singer’s feet” during an interview with Zoom.

Chandravanshi recounted the incident in detail, expressing shock at the sudden turn of events. “I had not expected this to happen to me. The concert was ongoing, and I was standing near the stage. Aditya sir was taking selfies with everyone, so I also gave my phone for a selfie. However, he hit my hand with his mic and threw my phone away for no reason,” he told Zoom.

He further explained, “My brother was standing next to me. Aditya is a huge star, and we love him, which is why we attended the concert. Even if it was some other student, he should not have treated them this way. We are all his fans.”

Chandravanshi’s version contradicts the statement given by the concert’s event manager to Zoom earlier. The event manager had alleged that the student was not even from the college and had been constantly bothering Aditya Narayan. However, Chandravanshi’s account suggests otherwise.

Responding to the controversy, Aditya Narayan told Times Now, “Honestly, no comments. I am answerable to the Almighty. That’s all.”

The incident has ignited a debate online, with conflicting narratives emerging from different sources. The truth behind the incident remains to be fully elucidated, but it has certainly sparked discussions about celebrity conduct and fan interactions during live events.

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