Shubh’s much-anticipated ‘Still Rollin’ tour has been called off in the wake of massive protests sparked by a controversial social media post. Earlier this year, the artist stirred controversy when he shared a distorted image of India’s map, a move that led to widespread criticism and public outcry.
This would have marked Shubh’s debut live performance, heightening the disappointment for many fans who had been eagerly awaiting the event. As voices of dissent grew louder, concerns about the safety of attendees and the artist himself became paramount, leading to the eventual decision to cancel the entire tour.
Acknowledging the inconvenience caused to ticket holders, BookMyShow, the ticketing partner for the ‘Still Rollin’ tour, has announced a full refund for all purchases. Patrons are advised that the refund will be processed to their original source of payment and should reflect in their accounts within 7-10 business days.
Gratitude to @imVkohli @klrahul & @hardikpandya7 for standing up for our nation by unfollowing the pro-Khalistani singer #Shubh.— Tajinder Singh Tiwana (@TajinderTiwana) September 18, 2023
I urge the event sponsors, @amangupta0303 @RockWithboAt & @cromaretail not to provide a platform to such anti-nationals.
Protecting the unity &… pic.twitter.com/D5nZdV1efA
While many fans expressed their sadness over the cancellation, others believe it was a necessary step given the circumstances. The situation serves as a stark reminder of the immense responsibility public figures carry and the profound impact their actions can have on their career and public perception.