Sukh E’s dig­i­tal foot­print goes miss­ing again

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Sa­marth Goyal sa­marth.goyal@hin­dus­tan­

Pop­u­lar Pun­jabi mu­si­cian-rap­per Sukh E (right), who re­cently re­leased his sin­gle, All Black, has lost con­trol over his so­cial me­dia ac­counts. The Jaguar hit­maker re­alised that his so­cial me­dia ac­counts were dis­abled three days af­ter he re­leased the new sin­gle, which also fea­tures rap­per Raf­taar.

“I woke up and saw that all of my fan pages on Face­book and In­sta­gram were miss­ing. I have ab­so­lutely no idea who has done it or why they have done it. It’s just so prob­lem­atic be­cause I have nowhere to go and pro­mote my new sin­gle,” a dis­ap­pointed Sukh E told us.

In­ter­est­ingly, this is not the first time when some­one has deleted the artist’s so­cial me­dia ac­counts. Af­ter re­leas­ing the hit song, Jaguar, Sukh E faced sim­i­lar trou­ble when some­one had deleted his dig­i­tal foot­print. “That time also, some­one had deleted my pro­file. It was four or five days af­ter I had re­leased the song. It was dif­fi­cult for me to in­ter­act with my fans. I am dis­ap­pointed that it’s hap­pened again,” he says.

The pop­u­lar singer, who is also work­ing on the se­quel to Jaguar with pop­u­lar rap­per Bo­hemia, had 5.55 lakh likes on his Face­book page and 1.5 lakh fol­low­ers on In­sta­gram. “I have con­tacted the cy­ber cell in the po­lice depart­ment. They are try­ing to find out who did this, and hope­fully the per­pe­tra­tor will be caught soon,” he con­cludes.

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