16 December, Kathmandu. The relationship between rapper Sameer Ghising alias Vten and the police has never been ‘warm’. Witten, the policeman, and Witten, the policeman, kept accusing each other.
Police not only arrested Vten but also prosecuted him, accusing him of corrupting society by singing obscene songs. He was released on bail on the condition that he does not do so again.
The track ‘Galli Sadak’, released last month, was sung by Vten in his own real life. In the song, he expressed outrage over the political system and the police. Most of his songs insult the police.
However, within the police, there are plenty of fans of the same Vten. This scene is confirmed by some of the photos he recently shared. Vten, who had recently arrived at the event, was stopped by the police and even taken a photo. The photo soon went viral on social media.
Vten, who has been singing anti-police songs from the beginning, suddenly took a photo with the police and posted it. Her fans asked Vitten the reason for the photo and some have expressed surprise.
The Nepal Press had inquired about the authenticity of the photo. In response, Witten said that he was taken by the police when he wanted to take a photo with him when he arrived at the event. “Not all police are wrong. There are also good police brothers. “I oppose the system and some of the trends in the song,” Vten said.
In the last song, ‘Galli Sadak’, there was a line from Vten: What’s the use of spoiling a spoiled society for me? ‘