The disappearance of the famous KK singer has been one of the most shocking incidents of this year so far. It was reported that KK passed away after his concert in Kolkata and his disappearance sent a wave of grief and shock among the fans. After his disappearance, there was a lot of talk about the event company that organized KK’s concert, crowd management and more. There were speculations that KK showed signs of illness during the concert and even complained about the air conditioner being turned off in the auditorium. However, event management company BlackEyed Event House has now issued a statement in this regard.
Taking to their Facebook page, the event company pointed out that KK showed no signs of illness during the event and performed rigorously until the end. The event company further claimed, “The videos circulating on social media that KK sir was kicked out due to chest pain are absolutely fake and not even from the May 31 show. KK Sir returned to the hotel and also took selfies with fans, before falling ill. His manager also confirmed the same. The company also mentioned that the air conditioning in the auditorium was running at full capacity, however, the crowd at the stadium had exceeded the seating capacity.
Read the full statement from BlackEyed Event House here:
The event company concluded the statement by saying, “It is an unfortunate loss for all of us, especially for ‘us’ as we have been associated with KK sir for a good number of years and have developed a personal bond with him. So as we mourn the loss of a loved one, we would like to ask you to understand our situation and reflect on whether we deserve the hate campaign that some people have launched on social media”.
Meanwhile, several industry celebrities also mourned KK’s unfortunate passing and took to their social media to offer their condolences. Akshay Kumar in one of his interviews said that KK was part of his career and sang several songs for him. He also admitted he was shocked by the singer’s untimely demise.
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