‘In his last song, Sidhu Moose Wala foretold his death’: Fans notice uncanny similarities and lament the singer’s death
Sidhu Moose Wala, a Punjabi singer and rapper, was fatally shot on Sunday evening (May 29). The musician was 27 years old at the time of his death. His death came as a shock to his fans and celebrities, who expressed their sorrow on social media. Many fans noticed parallels between the singer’s final song and his death.
The Last Ride, a song by Sidhu, was released on May 15. The song was billed as a tribute to Tupac Shakur, a rapper who was killed in his car in 1996 at the age of 25. The car Tupac was driving that day was featured on the cover of the song, and Sidhu had also been killed in his car. “Irony is that the last song Sidhu Moose Wala dropped was the last ride, and its cover was 2 pac assassination car, the same way Sidhu is killed,” one fan wrote. When Sidhu was killed, he was also in the car.
“Sidhu was shot and killed in his car two weeks after releasing a song called The Last Ride. Life is like that. Another tweet read, “legend.” Many fans paid close attention to the lyrics of the song The Last Ride. He released a song called The Last Ride last week with the following lyrics: “Ho Chobbar De Chehre Utte Noor Dassda, Ni Ehda Uthuga Jawani Vich Janaaza Mithiye.” He was assassinated today (The glow on his face says his funeral will be held in his youth). Others speculated that Sidhu’s songs foretold his death in some way. “What a Coincidence!” exclaims the narrator. “Aaj ki date n month 29-5 (today’s date and month)” is track 295.
Moose Wala was shot while driving his SUV in Mansa district’s village Jhawahar Ke with two others, and was declared dead at the Mansa Civil Hospital. “Moose Wala left his house in Moosa village at 4.30 pm,” Punjab Director General of Police Viresh Kumar Bhawra said. He was driving his jeep with two passengers around 5.30 p.m. when two vehicles following him intercepted his vehicle and fired at him.”
Moose Wala, from Moosa village near Mansa, had sung a number of superhit songs in recent years. He ran for Mansa Assembly seat on a Congress ticket earlier this year, losing by 63,323 votes to AAP’s Dr Vijay Singla — the minister who was sacked by the AAP government and arrested earlier this week on alleged corruption charges.
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