Sidhu Moosewala’s Mother Is NOT Pregnant, Singer’s Father Breaks Silence On Rumors

Recently many rumors and reports surfaced the internet claiming that the late singer Sidhu Moosewala's parents are expecting their second child.

Following reports indicating that Sidhu Moosewala’s parents are anticipating a new addition to their family, the singer’s father recently posted a cryptic message, sparking speculation regarding the “validity” and “credibility” of the pregnancy rumors. On Tuesday, Balkaur Singh, Sidhu Moosewala’s father, posted on his Facebook account addressing various rumors circulating about their family. He advised against placing trust in such rumors and emphasized that the family would disclose any significant news at the appropriate time.

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In Punjabi, the late singer’s father wrote, “We are thankful to Sidhu’s fans who are concerned about our family. But we plead there are so many rumors going around about the family, that they are not to be believed. Whatever news, the family will share with you all”.

Rumors About Sidhu Moosewala’s Mother’s Pregnancy

For those unaware, in February of this year, the Indian Express reported that the parents of the deceased Punjabi singer Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, popularly known as Sidhu Moosewala, are anticipating a new member in their family.

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According to family sources verified by the Tribune in February, it was disclosed that Sidhu’s mother, Charan Kaur, underwent successful IVF (In vitro fertilization) treatment and is expecting a baby due in March. The confirmation of Charan’s pregnancy was provided by Sidhu Moosewala’s uncle, Chamkaur Singh.

Who Was Sidhu Moosewala? How Did He Die?

In 2017, Sidhu Moosewala entered the music scene with his debut song “G Wagon” and swiftly gained prominence with a string of successful albums. He garnered widespread love and appreciation for his music, which included popular tracks like “Legend,” “So High,” and “The Last Ride,” among others.

Moosewala, who unsuccessfully contested the Punjab Assembly elections on a Congress ticket from Mansa in 2022, was tragically killed on May 29 of that year. Thirty-one individuals have been accused in connection with his murder, including gangsters Lawrence Bishnoi and Goldy Brar, and so far, 25 have been apprehended.

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