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Man arrested for selling fake Grammy award to Yo Yo Honey Singh

23, Aug 2014 By Pratik Purohit

Mumbai: A man in mid forties is arrested by Mumbai police after FIR was filed by legendary rapper and musician Yo Yo Honey Singh at Dadar police station. Reportedly, earlier man offered Grammy award to Honey Singh for total sum of 50 lakhs for his songs, but after receiving money from rapper, he supplied fake trophies.

Honey Singh talking to reporters

As per internal sources, accused Vishal Damani met Honey Singh at Dadar Station where rapper was observing youth along with his lyricist little Golu. Initially singer was offered 70 Lakhs for one Grammy award for his song Isse kahte hai Hip Hop’ in which Honey Singh promised to fetch Grammy Award for his fans. But after negotiation from both sides, deal was settled on 50 Lakhs for twenty Grammy Awards, rest nineteen were for rapper’s future songs.

Excited Honey Singh didn’t feel cheated until he read about Grammy Awards on Wikipedia before preparing for press conference for announcement of news. Then only he realized that Grammy Awards can only be awarded during official function contrary to claim that home delivery is also available through dealers, made by man he met at Dadar Station.

Soon after news spread like YouTube views of his songs, Honey Singh announced to work on his new song ‘Grammy ki Party’ based on this incident. He also claimed that arrested man is his fan and was help him to accomplish Mission Grammy. Although he added that his fan chose wrong way to help him.