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YouTube restores KRK's channel after latter threatens to 'See them in court'

After Mika Singh released a diss track against Kamaal R Khan, KRK also released a diss track against the Bollywood singer titled 'Suwar'. Later, YouTube removed KRK's track for violating the platform's 'harassment and bullying' policies. YouTube also blocked his channel for a week. Post all this, KRK threatened YouTube of taking legal action and tweeted, 'Now l have all proofs with me to prove that you use different rules for different people. Hundreds of ppl have used my photos and video footage in their videos but you never accepted my complaint. Means you help them to harass me directly!' KRK also shared a screenshot of the message he received from YouTube, alerting him to the fact that his channel had a strike against it, which would prevent him from uploading new content for a week. Mika also shared the link of Mika Singh's diss track against him and wrote, 'How this video is not fit for harassment & bullying while he used my photos, video footage & morphed photos. But my video is fit 4 bullying where I just used his photos only. Means u are helping him to harass me. See u in court.' Mika Singh and KRK's never ending fight started when Salman Khan filed a defamation case on KRK for maligning his image through his social media posts, videos, reviews. The Bollywood singer not only sided with the ‘Dabangg’ star but also slammed Kamaal R Khan for being insensitive. While Mika called KRK, ‘donkey’ and a ‘mouse’, the latter hit back at Mika by calling him a ‘chirkut singer’ and the one who is trying to get publicity from this matter. In an interview with Etimes, Mika said, 'With films like ‘Radhe’, people are getting at least something to watch at such times. Every critic has a right to criticise a movie but making personal comments about Disha Patani, Salman Khan, Jackie Shroff is too vulgar.' He added, 'A lot of actors have complained to me about KRK in the past and I had even yelled at him several times, even when he had spoken wrongly about Sara Ali Khan. I have a good relationship with Salman bhai but at the same time, it is my responsibility to call out wrong things, since I am a part of the same industry. Everyone should have united and spoken out much before.'

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