What is the scandal of singer Sugam Pokharel in Australia?
While singing the song, he flung the microphone in front of the audience.
KATHMANDU: There was a dispute between the singer Sugam Pokharel and the audience.
Last Saturday evening, during a concert in Adelaide, Australia, there was a disagreement between the artist Pokharel and the audience.
At a musical event, he can be seen throwing a microphone towards audience. While singing the song, he flung the microphone in front of the audience.
As seen in the video, he asked the audience to observe one minute of silence (condolence) for the individuals who died in the earthquake that struck Jajarkot, Nepal, last night.
It is seen in the video that he slapped one of the spectators after the audience did not show much interest in the silence.
A member of the audience was also slightly hurt by the microphone he hurled. Pokharel’s video of him throwing the microphone towards audience has gone ‘viral’ on social media.
What was actually happened?
As seen in the video, he requests that the stage say Jhilke once. Then he talks about visiting Australia for the first time and mentions Nepal.
Following that, an earthquake struck Jajarkot, Nepal. Also, state the number of individuals killed in the earthquake. Following that, they continually request that silence be observed for those who are about to die. The crowd, on the other hand, is unconcerned with the stillness.
When the audience did not listen to him, he got down off the stage and gazed at them, while shouting into the microphone.