Honey Singh denies wife's 'malicious' accusations of abuse, adultery

This week, Shalini Talwar had accused Honey Singh of abuse and engaging in extra-marital affairs with various women

Entertainment Desk August 07, 2021

Indian rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh has responded to his wife's accusations of domestic abuse and adultery. In a statement, shared on his social media, the popular singer debunked the allegations of abuse. According to The Indian Express, Honey Singh called out his wife against the 'malicious' claims. 

"I am deeply pained and distressed by the false and malicious allegations levied against me and my family by my companion/wife of 20 years, Mrs. Shalini Talwar. The allegations are severely odious," the rapper's statement read, adding “I have never issued a public statement or press note in the past despite being subjected to harsh criticism for my lyrics, speculation on my health and negative media coverage in general. However, I see no merit in maintaining a studied silence this time because some of the allegations have been directed at my family — my old parents and younger sister — who have stood by me during some very difficult and trying times and comprise my world. The allegations are cynical and defaming in nature.”

Adding that those who have worked with him know about his relationship with his wife, Honey Singh further said in the note, "I have been associated with the industry for over 15 years and worked with artists and musicians across the country. Everyone is aware of my relationship with my wife, who has been an integral part of my crew for more than a decade now and always accompanied me to my shoots, events, and meetings. I strongly refute all the allegations but will not comment any further because the matter is sub-judice before the Court of Law. I have full faith in the judicial system of this country, and I am confident that the truth will be out soon."

"The allegations are subject to be proven and the Hon'ble Court has provided me with an opportunity to reply to such allegations. In the meantime, I humbly request my fans and the public at large to not draw any conclusion about me and my family until the Hon'ble Court pronounces a verdict after hearing both sides. I am confident that justice will be served, and honesty will win. As always, I'm grateful for all the love and support of my fans and well-wishers, who inspire us to work hard and make good music. Thank you! Yo Yo Honey Singh," he concluded. 

This week, in her 118-page complaint, Shalini Talwar has accused Honey Singh of abuse and engaging in extra-marital affairs with various women. She has also provided details of the physical, verbal and emotional abuse that she had allegedly been subjected to by the rapper and his family.

Honey Singh, his wife alleged in her complaint, "began having frequent casual sex with multiple women" when he was travelling and "to further his sexual intents and illicit relationships, never disclosed to the public ... that he was married". The rapper and Talwar got married at a Delhi gurudwara in 2011.


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