In a twitter fight, Adnan Sami calls Omar Abdullah sadistic sore loser

Pakistan-born singer Adnan Sami, who recently took citizenship of India, held an enthralling concert in Srinagar yesterday. However, former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Omar Abdullah took this moment to be bitter and settle political scores.

Meanwhile, photographs of the venue before the start of the event, with empty seats started making rounds on social media.

Soon, Abdullah tweeted what a pity it is to see empty seats in the concert.

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Referring to the 2013 Zubin Mehta concert in Kashmir, where Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), which was in the opposition had dismissed the concert which ended on a sour note, Abdullah, who was the Chief Minister then, made a snide remark.

Sami replied to this with pictures of a jam-packed concert, lightheartedly telling Abdullah to ‘grow up’

But Sami’s response got him a little rattled.

That is when Sami upped his attack on the former J&K CM and called him a sadistic sore loser.

Abdullah got into a defensive and asked Sami if this reactions on social media is worth the ‘gossip piece’ it may lead to? Sami, however, ended up giving him a lesson or two on how music should be above politics.

However, Abdullah got a lot of flak for his snide ‘stay safe’ parting note to Sami.

One thing is clear: Adnan Sami is not one to take things lightly.

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