Stan and Abdu both travelled to Bengaluru, according to a statement issued by Abdu’s management. Stan’s security staff and event organisers informed Abdu that the rapper did not want him at the venue after he spoke to Stan’s management about his desire to attend the concert to support him. Abdu attempted to enter the location as a regular visitor with a ticket, believing it to be an error on the part of Stan’s crew. There, he received verbal abuse from Stan’s management and was sent away at the entrance. According to the statement, his car had shattered panels and was badly scratched up.
A member of Stan’s staff responded to the claims. The source denied the accusations in a chat with ETimes.
According to the source “Stan got busy with his musical tour soon after Bigg Boss got over. He is an independent artiste and has always performed alone, so he did not want to collaborate with anyone. Abdu’s claims about him being disrespected at the Bengaluru concert or his car panels being damaged by Stan’s team are rubbish. Why would anyone do that? All these allegations are baseless.”
Only a few days prior, Abdu made a formal declaration addressing his continuing dispute with the Bigg Boss 16 winner. He said that the argument between the two well-known Bigg Boss 16 participants began at the reality show’s finale when MC Stan became upset with the Tajik singer for refusing to take selfies with the rapper’s mother.