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Does Jazzy B Suffer From Split-Personality Mental Health Problems ?

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LegalSingh    129

There are many photographs in today's media in India of Jazzy B cavorting disgustingly with the disgusting Hard Kaur the other day.

So I'm confused. Does he do the good Sikhi stuff just to make his name or does he do it just for a joke ?

If a man doesn't suffer from mental problems how does he reconcile espousing the moral good of Sant Bhindrawale on Monday and then making lewd public poses with a skank that insults Guru Gobind Singh ji, on Thursday ? Seriously I'm intrigued. What happens between Monday and Thursday that makes a man do a complete 360 moral and ethical u-turn ?

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Thursday : B_Id_396763_Hard_Kaur.jpg

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Singh559    2,565

He's just a singer, expect no good and no bad from anyone.

If he says something he means it, but he does abuse substances and has to make a living in the profession he chose.

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luckysingh99    1,146

I agree, Jazzy has done more good than harm.

Like you say the music industry is full of this kind of sleaze and it becomes all about selling sometimes.

I was involved quite a bit in the music industry and I am aware of how corrupt some of them are.

There are many artists that won't go on stage or perform unless they have downed half a bottle of liquor or had some dodha and Jazzy is NOT one of them !!!

He is probably the only musician who makes it aware that he is aware of issues in sikhi and Punjab.

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jandialvi    44

The song is for a film Zalim Dehli. Nothing to with 84 etc.

How and why Jazzy still performs with this kanjar themi only he knows. Perhaps its the money. Maybe he feels the Baagi song lost his usual fans. Maybe something else. But all it shows is double standards.

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zoltansingh    83

Are the tigerstylia not working on something with hard <banned word filter activated> as well? They won't perform at sarnas sons wedding but happily retweeting and tweeting hard numpty. They happy with her doing upmahan of Guru Ji? If they kissing her hardass then I don't expect any better from Mr Bains.

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LegalSingh    129

Are the tigerstylia not working on something with hard <banned word filter activated> as well? They won't perform at sarnas sons wedding but happily retweeting and tweeting hard numpty. They happy with her doing upmahan of Guru Ji? If they kissing her hardass then I don't expect any better from Mr Bains.

Thats exactly my point here zoltan. I'm sick to death of being taken for a ride by these 'stars'. They're taking us all as gullible fools. Each month I'll read an interview in the UK media in which Tigerstyle makes reference to the Sikh struggle against India. Then the next month I find Tigerstyle being interviewed in Bombay where they're recording bollywood tracks....in these interviews they profess their love of India.

They're all playing us for fools. They go where the money is. They say the things the locals wanna hear....and they wear the things the locals want them to wear purely for the end goal of money. Jazzy B is not the fool for milking us in that way. We're the fools for letting him.

I mean seriously, exactly 3 weeks ago Hard Kaur made some disgusting remarks about Guru Gobind Singh ji. Jazzy B knows that, and yet Guru Gobind Singh ji means so little to him that he'd rather kiss the insulter than slap her.

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POODNA    99

Jazzy B doesn't care about Sikhi, Bhindrawala, hard core or anyone. He's a punjabi singer and will his priority is to make money. That's it. And he's bloody good at it. Sell out!

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POODNA    99

Thanks Jazzy B for bringing thug culture to Sikhi. You have the biggest khanda chain because your an amazing Sikh.

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esingh    46

I prefer the old school guys like Alaap, Apna Sangeet, Heera, Safri brothers and Malkit Singh. No controversy, great songs and the memories of the 80's aaaaaah. I used to love those school weddings with a single balloon attached to each chair and the terrible dancing.

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VanHelsingh    1,970

I prefer the old school guys like Alaap, Apna Sangeet, Heera, Safri brothers and Malkit Singh. No controversy, great songs and the memories of the 80's aaaaaah. I used to love those school weddings with a single balloon attached to each chair and the terrible dancing.

Not a fan of the music, but modern Sikh weddings have become incredibly lavish. Where will it end?

I guess we shouldn't be surprised. This is a result of the first generation of Sikhs educating their children who are now reaping the financial rewards of finding well-paid employment, and deciding to spend lavishly on such ceremonies. It's their money of course. I don't agree with it (simplicity and humility is what I'd do) but if you've got it I guess it's tough not to spend it. :biggrin2:

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jandialvi    44

Yeh the old days of the groups was the best. No dirty videos etc just live music.

Weddings where good too then. Straight tables none of this round tables with names on.

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LegalSingh    129

Weddings where good too then. Straight tables none of this round tables with names on.

Thats the truest thing anyone's ever said here.

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