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Remember this guy? Juggy D. He's apparently been arrested for domestic violence. 

He was in Delhi partying and sleeping with women. When he was back in London his wife went through his phone and read the messages, decided to post them on his social media and he then started beating her up.

I'm not surprised he always was a bit of a loose cannon. I remember a few years back he was in rehab for drugs, and when he came out everyone was quite supportive.

I know he's a mona and not a practicing Sikh but these days every other person is committing adultery, and it is destructive, I don't understand why people even bother getting married these days? considering he's been married for 11 years, his kids are obviously still in primary school, this will scar them for life.

Seems like a lot of women were being passed around, involving some other Punjabi singers like Guru Randawa? Not surprising at all, Its part of the package when you are in showbiz and the entertainment industry, not sure why women marry these men 

https://www.ghaintpunjab.com/GhaintPunjab/Article/38226/punjabi-singer-juggy-d-arrested-by-london-police-in-domestic-violence-case

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28 minutes ago, puzzled said:

know he's a mona and not a practicing Sikh but these days every other person is committing adultery, and it is destructiv

Yes, that's true. Many nri males marry Indian females thinking they would be virgin....

Not anymore...

Even in punjab, kaam has ruined the morals of the society.

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37 minutes ago, shastarSingh said:

Yes, that's true. Many nri males marry Indian females thinking they would be virgin....

Not anymore...

Even in punjab, kaam has ruined the morals of the society.

Yeah I really don't understand why people are getting married if they can't stick with one person. 

I think their parents pressure them into it. 

Looking at the way Punjabi marriages turn out these days, marriage obviously isn't for everyone, perhaps people should take cue from that before deciding to get married.

People should just stick to dating tbh ...

The first divorce in my family was around 15 years back and my cousins ex wife said that "it was better when we were dating"

Before considering marriage people should take a look at themselves in the mirror and be honest, is marriage really for them ... 

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1 hour ago, puzzled said:

Remember this guy? Juggy D. He's apparently been arrested for domestic violence. 

He was in Delhi partying and sleeping with women. When he was back in London his wife went through his phone and read the messages decided to post them on his social media and he then started beating her up.

I'm not surprised he always was a bit of a loose cannon. I remember a few years back he was in rehab for drugs, and when he came out everyone was quite supportive.

I know he's a mona and not a practicing Sikh but these days every other person is committing adultery, and it is destructive, I don't understand why people even bother getting married these days? considering he's been married for 11 years, his kids are obviously still in primary school, this will scar them for life.

Seems like a lot of women were being passed around, involving some other Punjabi singers like Guru Randawa? Not surprising at all, Its part of the package when you are in showbiz and the entertainment industry, not sure why women marry these men 

https://www.ghaintpunjab.com/GhaintPunjab/Article/38226/punjabi-singer-juggy-d-arrested-by-london-police-in-domestic-violence-case

The guys always been a coke head, all you need to do is go around Southall and ask about him, he was allegedly offering his gold Kara as payment for "services", Rishi Rich and Jay Sean went there own ways but he stayed where he was riding on the coat tails of a few songs, i feel sorry for his kids in all of this.

There's loads of crap like this in the music industry, we used to film wedding's and concerts in the past and the amount of singer's that would be doing line's before coming on stage was ridiculous, these were guys that had young fan's who looked up to them, some things never change.

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10 minutes ago, kcmidlands said:

The guys always been a coke head, all you need to do is go around Southall and ask about him, he was allegedly offering his gold Kara as payment for "services", Rishi Rich and Jay Sean went there own ways but he stayed where he was riding on the coat tails of a few songs, i feel sorry for his kids in all of this.

There's loads of crap like this in the music industry, we used to film wedding's and concerts in the past and the amount of singer's that would be doing line's before coming on stage was ridiculous, these were guys that had young fan's who looked up to them, some things never change.

Yeah I don't follow the UK Bhangra scene anymore but when I was a kid I used to listen to this lot! 

I'm hoping this is the beginning of more Bhangra artists getting exposed, because like you said, behind the scenes its just as bad as any other entertainment industry. Women, drugs etc

He had quit a decent voice ...

Was Jay Sean from Southall too?  He did quite well for himself. Though I'm not sure why his career didn't take off in the US. he had everything going for him, lil wayne signed him on, his single "down" was probably one of the biggest singles of the year, he had the image etc   I'm guessing he was forced to do the whole illuminati crap and other things one has to do in that industry but he refused, so he didn't make it.

Regardless, much better than this wife beating, cheating scum!

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15 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Yeah I don't follow the UK Bhangra scene anymore but when I was a kid I used to listen to this lot! 

I'm hoping this is the beginning of more Bhangra artists getting exposed, because like you said, behind the scenes its just as bad as any other entertainment industry. Women, drugs etc

He had quit a decent voice ...

Was Jay Sean from Southall too?  He did quite well for himself. Though I'm not sure why his career didn't take off in the US. he had everything going for him, lil wayne signed him on, his single "down" was probably one of the biggest singles of the year, he had the image etc   I'm guessing he was forced to do the whole illuminati crap and other things one has to do in that industry but he refused, so he didn't make it.

Regardless, much better than this wife beating, cheating scum!

I think Jay Sean's done alright for himself, he's carved out a niche and stuck to it. he moved on with his career whereas Juggy D stayed where he was.

It's really disappointing that Juggy D hasn't been called out by other artist's, i suppose everyone has something to hide, but if it's true that he beat up his wife then he needs to be called out on it not what is likely to happen which is him making an apology video and people say "Oh, he's not that bad really, look, he's sorry for what he did" and then accept him back into the fold, the man need's to f**k right off.

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1 hour ago, kcmidlands said:

but if it's true that he beat up his wife then he needs to be called out on it not what is likely to happen which is him making an apology video and people say "Oh, he's not that bad really, look, he's sorry for what he did" and then accept him back into the fold

Its so pathetic when that happens, when celebs say or do something bad and then they make a video, which is normally just an act, like that recent Gurdas Mann video and his sob story, and then all a sudden they're accepted and back again.

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I read this and thought it was another Punjabi singer with a similar-ish name and much more famous!

But, had quick read of the link and I don't see any proof/evidence he's done anything wrong. 

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11 hours ago, Premi5 said:

I read this and thought it was another Punjabi singer with a similar-ish name and much more famous!

But, had quick read of the link and I don't see any proof/evidence he's done anything wrong. 

He allegedly beat his wife to a pulp, what do you want, photo's (and it's not the first time he's been arrested, de's been done for drug offences in the past).

And the famous singer that has a similar name, is he the one who got caught by his wife having an affair with a female singer from Punjab, his wife dumped him and then took him back because she realised that she enjoyed the comfortable life, oh, he was arrested for domestic abuse as well, just sayin.....

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4 hours ago, kcmidlands said:

He allegedly beat his wife to a pulp, what do you want, photo's (and it's not the first time he's been arrested, de's been done for drug offences in the past).

 

Allegedly, we don't have proof

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18 hours ago, Premi5 said:

I read this and thought it was another Punjabi singer with a similar-ish name and much more famous!

But, had quick read of the link and I don't see any proof/evidence he's done anything wrong. 

But he hasn't denied the allegations either! 

Well the txt messages are proof that he was sleeping with other women in India.

He's quite an unstable man, so I wouldn't be surprised if he reacted with force after his wife posted the text messages on his social media for all his fans to read! 

I think his wife did the right thing by posting the messages on his social media, don't think anyone would have believed her otherwise. 

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2 hours ago, puzzled said:

But he hasn't denied the allegations either! 

Well the txt messages are proof that he was sleeping with other women in India.

He's quite an unstable man, so I wouldn't be surprised if he reacted with force after his wife posted the text messages on his social media for all his fans to read! 

I think his wife did the right thing by posting the messages on his social media, don't think anyone would have believed her otherwise. 

Okay, just seen his apology. If he has done wrong then can understand the wife being unhappy/angry

BUT, re the alleged domestic violence, it might not be true

It would be a good chance if he really is in the dumps, for someone (whose into Sikhi) to reach out to him and help him change his life maybe

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On 4/9/2021 at 4:00 PM, puzzled said:

Remember this guy? Juggy D. He's apparently been arrested for domestic violence. 

He was in Delhi partying and sleeping with women. When he was back in London his wife went through his phone and read the messages, decided to post them on his social media and he then started beating her up.

I'm not surprised he always was a bit of a loose cannon. I remember a few years back he was in rehab for drugs, and when he came out everyone was quite supportive.

I know he's a mona and not a practicing Sikh but these days every other person is committing adultery, and it is destructive, I don't understand why people even bother getting married these days? considering he's been married for 11 years, his kids are obviously still in primary school, this will scar them for life.

Seems like a lot of women were being passed around, involving some other Punjabi singers like Guru Randawa? Not surprising at all, Its part of the package when you are in showbiz and the entertainment industry, not sure why women marry these men 

https://www.ghaintpunjab.com/GhaintPunjab/Article/38226/punjabi-singer-juggy-d-arrested-by-london-police-in-domestic-violence-case

 

They would much rather marry monay who engage in such activities than singhs who lead a decent lifestyle.

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13 hours ago, californiasardar1 said:

 

They would much rather marry monay who engage in such activities than singhs who lead a decent lifestyle.

I have no idea where to start to explain how completely and utterly wrong (and disrespectful to woman who suffer domestic abuse) this comment is, domestic abuse/violence has nothing to do with being  "monay" or a "singh", It has to do with the person and asserting control over someone else. I know of at least 2 Amritdhari "singhs" in my wife's extended family that hit their wives, one was arrested for it.

If you think that once you become a "singh" you do no wrong you might want to take a seat and have an objective look at the world, we're all human, taking the path of the Guru is just that, a path, it doesn't make you perfect.

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5 hours ago, kcmidlands said:

I have no idea where to start to explain how completely and utterly wrong (and disrespectful to woman who suffer domestic abuse) this comment is, domestic abuse/violence has nothing to do with being  "monay" or a "singh", It has to do with the person and asserting control over someone else. I know of at least 2 Amritdhari "singhs" in my wife's extended family that hit their wives, one was arrested for it.

If you think that once you become a "singh" you do no wrong you might want to take a seat and have an objective look at the world, we're all human, taking the path of the Guru is just that, a path, it doesn't make you perfect.

 

1. First of all, I said "singhs who lead a decent lifestyle." A "singh" who commits domestic violence (or is abusive in any other way) does not lead a decent lifestyle.

2. I was commenting on someone else's comment where they wondered why women marry men in the entertainment industry who are known to be unfaithful. If you are so triggered by me using "singhs who lead a decent lifestyle" as a contrast to such men, then please just accept the following more general point: human being have a tendency to be attracted to power/money/fame/glamour/physical attraction and value those things over modesty/decency/piety. That's why you see a lot of people end up with partners who don't treat them well. At some point, they probably had a choice where they could have gone with someone who treated them better, but the person who would have treated them better was not attractive enough to them.

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