Bollywood rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh turned 32 on Sunday, 15 March, 2015.
— Yo Yo Honey Singh (@asliyoyo) March 12, 2015
Apart from establishing himself as a singing sensation, the "Desi Kalakaar" singer also had his share of controversies.
From cases filed against him for offensive lyrics to his rehabilitation news, there were many controversies in the "Lungi Dance" singer's life.
Check out the controversies in Yo Yo Honey Singh's life
Vulgar content in "Main Hoon Balatkari"
The Punjab police had filed a case against Singh under Section 294 of the Indian Penal Code for the vulgar song "Main Hoon Balatkari", Following this, the court has also commented that the rapper's offensive lyrics disrepute the Indian culture, that too when Delhi gang rape incident was a hot topic all over the world.
Shah Rukh Khan's "Happy New Year" was a box office hit in India and overseas. The team had many promotional activities, including the "SLAM! the tour", and reports suggested that Singh left the trip midway due to bad health. However, reports also said that king Khan had slapped the rapper, following which he went into depression. Later, Singh's wife Shalini slammed the rumours and said they were baseless stories.
Singh in Rehabilation Centre
Earlier this year, it was reported that the singer-composer had checked himself in a Chandigarh-based rehabilitation centre. "He told his team that he is taking a break to go home and spend time with his family. But instead, he checked himself into a rehab centre in Chandigarh in October," Mumbai Mirror quoted Yo, Singh's collaborator, as saying.
Singh in Police Station
The "Birthday Bash" singer had reportedly appeared at Pachpaoli Police Station, Nagpur on 1 March, on charges of obscenity and for spreading bad influence filed against him by a Nagpur resident. However, Singh's photo session at the police station with the family members of policemen became yet another controversy in his life after the photos went viral on social media.