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obviously not! she's representing the name kaur really badly. If people have heard her music and meet other people that have the name kaur in her name they're going to think ' oh yeah wicked name , do you rap too? sikhs that have kaur in their name are cool because they rap'

the name 'kaur' means ' lioness, princess '... when you see her do you think that?...no

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Its all bout interpretation Mr. Techno Singh.

I could argue that you with your name implies that Singhs go to raves and large it - u know what I mean.

Mr. Bass Singh - I could also argue that your into Drum & Bass.

(No offence intented) - But you see my point.

:nihungsmile:

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Stop being so horrible i like her :sady: even though she doesnt give Kaur a good name rolleyes.gif

Nice one, have you seen her on the music channels - she is kinda nice.

great...keep your lovy dovy minds out of this topic please...

she probably has a wide audience because she performs on tv as bob ghandi says, which is not a good thing because then people who are watching her see her dance, sing her weird words and they see the name kaur and catch peoples eyes like bob ghandi...

not very good ...

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