Rapper Raftaar condemns Citizenship Amendment Act, says he can 'take a bullet' for bodyguard Arshad
Raftaar said he would try his level best to not let any of his Sikh, Christian, Muslim or Hindu brothers get evicted from the country.
Rapper Raftaar's video crtiticising the Citizenship Amendment Act, and saying he can "take a bullet" for his bodyguard Arshad, has now gone viral.
"Ek baat bilkul seriously clear kar raha hoon. Chahe kal career chale ya na chale, koi dikkat nahi. Itna kama lia hai ki end tak bhookha nahi marunga" (I want to make something seriously clear. No matter what happens to my career, no problem. I have earned so much that I will not go hungry till the end).
Raftaar is then joined on stage by his bodyguard. Talking about him, the rapper says, "Iss insaan ka naam hai Arshad. Ye mera aisa khyaal rakhta hai ki koi mereko dhakka bhi nahi maar sakta. Agar isko koi desh se nikaalne ki baat karega na toh saamne goli khaaunga" (His name is Arshad. He takes care of me so well he does not allow anyone to even push me. If he is asked to leave his country, I will take a bullet for him).
He went on to say whether people are Hindus, Sikhs, Christians or Muslims, they are all our brothers. He clearly mentioned he would not let anyone be taken out of this country. He added he was not bothered about what happens to his career after this.
Check out the video here
Indian rapper Raftaar has a message for Modi regime for introducing NRC & CAA/CAB
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