Thousands of Canadians are mourning the death of Punjabi singer and politician Sidhu Moose Wala. While the official cause of death is not yet known, police believe the attack was motivated by rivalry. Moose Wala’s manager reportedly was affiliated with a Canadian organized crime group. The attack took place on a quiet Sunday morning after police reduced their security presence. The perpetrators were carrying at least three firearms and at least eight bullets struck Moose Wala.
The Death Of Siddhu Moosewala
The rap star, who has been mourned by Canadians is a Punjabi rapper. Moosewala was a popular performer in different Canadian cities, including Surrey, where he had a large following.
Moose Wala’s Music
Moosewala, who moved to Canada in 2016, was a pioneer in the Punjabi music industry. His songs made it onto the Billboard Canadian Hot 100 charts. His music touched many hearts in Canada and around the world. Moosewala grew up in Brampton and had a strong connection with his hometown. One of his biggest hits, “B Town,” starred Rupen Bhardwaj, a music video director. Moosewala’s music influenced the city of Brampton and had a large impact.
In September, his song ‘So High’ became a chart-topping single. Since then, the song has been the subject of debate from time to time. Moosewala’s death has sparked anger in the Canadian public as many Canadians believe his murder was the result of political terrorism. The leader of the Sabhyachar Chetna Manch, Harinder Manshahia, has publicly called for the culprits to be hanged. Meanwhile, Moosewala’s fans held a protest against the Bhagwant Mann-led AAP government, raising slogans against the party.
The news of Moosewala’s sudden death has shocked the Punjabi community across Canada. The musician’s death has left many mourners, including Canadian rapper Drake, who has been quoted as saying that the death of Moose Wala’s music is “like the death of Tupac Shakur.” Similarly, the Canadian Punjabi community is a transnational community that spanned many different countries. This transnational connection was evident in the music, which resonated with Punjab.
Although Moosewala had a diverse musical background, he was most recognized for his use of the Punjabi language in his music. In addition, Moosewala’s penultimate issue, “The Last Ride,” featured a shot that wounded a BMW.
As Punjabi music continues to flourish in Canada, many people are mourning the loss of a talented artist. Siddhu Moosewala was a prominent Punjabi singer who immigrated to Brampton in 2016, but his sudden death has reeled the music industry. The slain artist was a friend of Punjabi media personality, Parminder Singh.
While a talented musician, Siddhu Moose Wala had an impressive resume. His debut EP was released in April 2022 and reached number 73 on the Billboard Top Canadian Albums chart. He was scheduled to perform in Mississauga’s 7,000-seat Paramount Fine Foods Centre the same night of his death. Despite the success of his debut EP, the young singer’s career was cut short when unknown men in Punjab murdered him.
Despite the tragic end to Moosewala’s career. His death has sparked an outpouring of grief and anger from Canadians across the country. His songs were instant hits, making them staples in parties, Spotify playlists, and radio stations. One of his most famous songs, “The Last Ride,” became a hit around the world after he was killed in his car.
A public inquiry into the matter has been called to determine whether the murder was the result of a gang war or a terrorist attack. Regardless of the reason, Canadians are mourning the death of Siddhu Moosewala’s career and hope that Canada can take the blame. In addition, fans hope to continue organizing gatherings to pressure the government to investigate the incident.
Organized Crime Group Allegedly Involved In His Death
The death of Siddhu Moose Wala was suspected to be the work of an organized crime group. Police have arrested over 10 suspects, including Lawrence Bishnoi, who is being held in Tihar jail. Lawrence Bishnoi’s lawyer has denied involvement in the case. Police have also questioned his key accomplices, including the former deputy CM Sukhjinder Randhawa and former student leader Lawrence Bishnoi.
Moose Wala’s murder is the result of an unidentified gang of thugs. He was driving his private bulletproof car and had four Punjab Police commandos with him at the time of the attack. Two of the IRB men also shot at him and left him seriously injured.
According to the Punjab Police, the killing was the result of an inter-gang feud. Lawrence Bishnoi and his gang are under suspicion of murdering Siddhu Moosewala. The Punjab government has curtailed its security cover following the incident. This case has prompted the government to tighten its security laws and seek the help of the police.
Police have arrested at least six people. The accused include Lawrence Bishnoi, a convicted criminal with multiple violent crimes. A close aide to the Bishnoi gang, Goldi Brar, has also been arrested in connection with the death. Goldi Brar has also claimed responsibility for the death of Siddhu Moosewala in Punjab. He received threats from the Bishnoi gang, which has alleged involvement in the killing.