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Breaking: Lawrence Bishnoi Gang Fires Gunshots At Gippy Grewal’s House For ‘Mourning The Death of Sidhu Moose Wala’

Photo: Gippy Grewal

Lawrence Bishnoi, the key accused in the controversial murder of Sidhu Moose Wala alongside Goldie Brar, has fired gunshots at iconic Punjabi singer Gippy Grewal’s residence in Canada. Reportedly, Bishnoi’s infamous criminal gang carried out disturbing violence against Grewal for “mourning” the tragic death of Moose Wala.

The concerning violence is the latest breakthrough in Moose Wala’s sensational murder. As per reports, the legendary slain emcee was shot dead by the Lawrence Bishnoi-Kala Jathedi-Goldy Brar gang and succumbed to over 27 gun wounds on May 29th, 2022.

Soon after the shootout, which has left Grewal extremely worried about his safety, Bishnoi sent out a controversial message to the singer via Facebook.

“..We all know the kind of person he was and the criminal associations he had. You hovered around Vicky when he was in Middukheda, and later, you mourned even more for Sidhu. You’ve now landed on our radar. Consider this a trailer; the full film will be released soon,” the gangster wrote.

The shocking incident has stirred unprecedented concerns for Grewal’s family safety across the Punjabi music industry.

In February this year, at least two gangsters, accused in Moosa’s murder, Mandeep Singh alias Toofan of Batala and Manmohan Singh alias Mohna were killed in Goindwal Sahib Central Jail in Punjab’s Tarn Taran district. 

Reportedly, the gangsters died after a clash ensued between the prison inmates over “some matter” which later resulted in a full-blown brawl.

Ever since his death, Moose Wala continues to be remembered by numerous rap pioneers across the globe.

Last week, Indian rap pioneer Badshah remembered Moose Wala amidst his historic performance at Wembley Arena, in London.

Besides Badshah, Karan Aujla, pop superstar and another legendary emcee Post Malone, “For All The Dogs” rapper Drake, U.K.’s iconic R&B singer and emcee Stefflon Don, Grammy-nominated rapper Raja KumariBurna BoyTion WayneMISTRaftaar and Mumbai’s legendary “Chorni” emcee Divine have remembered Moosa at some of the biggest live gatherings in rap music.

More on the story as it develops.