Why Aunties Dance With Me Says Honey Singh While Clarifying On Misogyny’ In His Songs

Honey Singh has given a befitting reply to those who raised objections, saying that he uses misogynistic lyrics in his songs.

Honey Singh

Yo Yo Honey Singh is busy this year with a new Netflix documentary and an upcoming album called Honey 3.0. which will mark the singer-composer’s third major album release, following the success of his previous works, International Villager and Desi Kalakaar. In addition, the singer-composer has made a comeback to Bollywood with his contributions to the soundtracks of Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 (2022) and Selfiee (2023). However, when questioned about the controversy surrounding the lyrics of some of his songs, Honey Singh clarified that any perceived misogyny was unintentional. He further pointed out that if people have problems with the songs why do they continue to invite me to perform at weddings?

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After taking a break in 2015 to focus on his physical and mental health, the renowned singer-rapper has slowly made a comeback to the music industry over the past few years. His upcoming Netflix documentary is expected to delve into his retreat from the limelight. The documentary is being produced by Sikhya Entertainment’s Oscar-winning producer, Guneet Monga, and directed by Mozez Singh.

During an interview with Pinkvilla, Honey Singh clarified that he had never intentionally included misogynistic lyrics in his songs. He also questioned why people would listen to his music if it contained such content. Furthermore, he pointed out that he had been invited to perform at numerous weddings over the last 15 years, where even older women danced to his song “Aunty police bula legi,” indicating that his lyrics were not intended to be offensive.

Arpita Mackelvy
Arpita Mackelvy
Arpita is In-house content creator at NON. She is in writing for the last 6 years and contribute to some of biggest publishers in the industry.

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