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Jazzy B’s vulgar song-video Rise Above Hate sparks controversy over show of Sikh Symbols

December 12, 2014 | By

Chandigarh: Punjabi singer Jazzy B’s recent video song ‘Rise Above Hate’ has sparked controversy. The video of song is a show of vulgarity and most controversial part of video is that Jazzy B shows up Sikh religious symbol ‘Khanda’.

Taking notice of recent video song release by Jazzy B, a PunjabUpFilm.Com report notes: “Punjabi singers continue to trigger controversies as most of new ‘song video’ release contains objectionable contents”.

Stills from Jazzy B's new song video "Rise Above Hate"

Stills from Jazzy B’s new song video “Rise Above Hate”

“After Diljit Dosanjh’s “Patiala Peg” and Sippy Gill’s “10 Mint”, Jazzy B’s new song video “Rise Above Hate” is caught in controversy” PunjabUpFilms report reads, which further notes that Jazzy B’s song “Rise Above Hate” is believed to target another Punjabi singers, who had criticised Jazzy B some time ago. But this is not all about the song. Video of song Rise Above Hate is indecent. It’s mix of Jazzy B style, rap and nudity.

Video of Rise Above Hate song features Jazzy B with another artist and a half-nude female model. Most controversial and objectionable part of video is that Jazzy B specifically shows up a golden “Khanda”. Khanda is a Sikh religious symbol it’s offensive to make it part of an indecent video.

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