Recently, there’s so much buzz about fake YouTube views that many of the Hindi and Punjabi songs are getting. A few days back, Pav Dharia released a podcast saying that there are many singers who are buying views for their songs and that’s corrupting the music industry. Read full article here: https://www.gabruu.com/did-pav-dharia-just-say-that-all-views-on-guru-randhawas-high-rated-gabruu-are-fake/ One such singer he named is Guru Randhawa. Pav alleged that Guru’s ‘High Rated Gabru’ has got 330 million fake views and the song was not even trending. Refuting all what has been alleged, Guru Randhawa posted on his Instagram account saying,
Mehnat meri, Rehmat Teri #Waheguru Try not to waste your time on something which become hurdle in your journey. You and your God knows the Journey and the achievements. Daily growth is the only way we can keep moving. You guys have loved every song I have done so far with so much love and respect which has helped me represent my Nation INDIA on global platform. I Thankyou each one of you for your time and support 🙏 Respect every culture, religion, language, country cos we all are part of this beautiful universe ❤️What we infer from here is Guru hasn’t stated his stance directly but indirectly he has denied all the allegations on him. Also, he has shared that he is the first Indian singer who has been featured on Billboard top 25 on YouTube for his song ‘Lahore’. Well, Guru Randhawa is not the only singer to face this but Neha Kakkar too joins the bandwagon as her new song ‘Oh Humsafar’ is trending on number 1 on YouTube worldwide with 10,815,649 views that Pav has questioned as it leaves Drake’s ‘God’s Plan’ even behind. Neha hasn’t yet commented on this. [caption id="attachment_34737" align="aligncenter" width="766"] Source[/caption] Pav mentioned that he is not against Guru or his songs but fake views and this is yet to be clarified if these singers have ever actually bought YouTube views. Stay tuned for further updates.