Badshah blamed for purchasing counterfeit YouTube sees for 72 lakh, rapper denies claims
Mumbai Police has asserted that well known rapper Badshah admitted he purchased sees on YouTube for Rs 72 lakh so as to establish a world precedent for most perspectives in 24 hours. The video being referred to was for his melody "Pagal Hai".
Badshah is being addressed by the Crime Intelligence Unit (CIU) regarding the test into a racket which makes and sells counterfeit internet based life supporters and 'preferences' for 'influencers'. The test started when vocalist Bhumi Trivedi discovered her phony profile via web-based networking media and grumbled to the police.
Agent chief of police, Nandkumar Thakur, disclosed to Mumbai Mirror, "The artist admitted that he needed to establish a world precedent for generally number of watchers in 24 hours on YouTube. That is the reason he paid Rs 72 lakh to this organization."
As indicated by news organization PTI, Badshah has denied the cases. He stated, "After the request, I have addressed the Mumbai Police. I have helped the authorities in their examination by coordinating and completing the due constancy on my part. I've completely denied all the claims leveled against me and clarified that I was never engaged with such practices, nor do I excuse them."