AP Dhillon, a Canadian singer-rapper who is very famous right now, especially among young people, is well known for his skill with Punjabi music. He has had a lot of success with songs like ‘Excuses’ and ‘Brown Munde.’ AP Dhillon is currently living in India. He has started a tour to promote his new docuseries, ‘AP Dhillon: First Of A Kind,’ which will be available on Amazon Prime Video.
Recently, the singer-songwriter released his new song ‘With You,’ which features Banita Sandhu, who is said to be his love interest. As part of the post announcing the song’s release, AP Dhillon was seen wearing a bright, multicoloured shoe that some internet users thought looked like the Indian tricolour.
Even though the artist finally took down the post, careful Internet users took screenshots and quickly raised concerns about what they saw as a disrespectful act towards the Indian flag. Not only was he criticised for what he said, but some internet commentators called him a ‘Khalistani.’
“It seems to be an unwritten rule that every foreign singer must support the Khalistani cause,” said a loud reviewer. Here’s AP Dhillon wearing shoes that seem to have nothing to do with our national flag. Surprisingly, this hasn’t caused a big fuss.” Another user said, “Look more closely at how those shoes are coloured. Is this an attempt to disrespect our beloved flag?”
In a turn of events, Canadian artist AP Dhillon’s choice to wear multicoloured shoes resembling the Indian tricolour has ignited controversy, sparking accusations of disrespect and affiliation with the Khalistani movement.