Yo Yo Honey Singh’s new look will amaze you

| Wednesday, September 21, 2016 - 15:38
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Yo Yo Honey Singh’s new look will amaze you

New Delhi: Yo Yo Honey Singh, the 33-year-old singer, well known for his popular songs Blue Eyes, Chaar Bottle Vodka and Lungi Dance, has been missing from the music industry for quite sometime. The rapper took to social media to give his fans a glimpse of his latest 'desi look'.
His new look will definitely leave you shocked. Yo Yo almost looks unrecognizable in the picture.

He termed his look as 'Pure Desi'. In the picture, Honey is seen in full-grown beard and mustache.
Within few minutes of his post, Yo Yo started receiving reactions from his fans.  
According to sources, Yo Yo Honey Singh was in Dubai for his treatment for bipolar disorder. However, the rapper  denied the rumours and posted a message on social media.
"This is the first time I am talking about it as I want my fans to know what happened to me. Nobody knows about this, and I wanted to tell the world myself, not through a spokesperson. The last 18 months were the darkest phase of my life, and I wasn't in a state to talk to anyone. I know there were rumours that I was in rehab (for drug overdose), but I was in my Noida house throughout. The truth is I was suffering from bipolar disorder. It went on for 18 months, during which I changed four doctors, the medication wasn't working on me and crazy things were happening," he said, pausing, but determined to reveal more. "I must confess that I was bipolar and an alcoholic, which aggravated the condition."
But he soon made a comeback with the music album 'Dheere Dheere Se Meri Zindagi' featuring Hrithik Roshan and Sonam Kapoor. 
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