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'Not Cool': AP Dhillon Criticised For Breaking Guitar On Coachella Stage

AP Dhillon faces backlash for smashing guitar during Coachella performance.

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On Monday, rapper AP Dhillon shared a glimpse of his performance at the Coachella 2024 festival via Instagram. He uploaded a video on his Instagram account featuring him playing the guitar on stage.

In the video, he can be seen performing for a bit then he moves on the aggressively smashing his guitar. Although, part of the act, the guitar smashing did not go down well with the internet.

Some users said that he lacked respect for the instrument that catapulted him to stardom while others emphasized he does not have any songs that would lead to him breaking his guitar.

Other users simply remarked saying, "Ban Gaya Cool? (Do you feel cool now?)"

Take a look at the video:

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Take a look at the reactions:

One user wrote,"Bajana aata nhi toh, Tod ke chale janeka? (If you can't play the instrument, better to break it and leave?)"

AP Dhillon faces backlash for smashing guitar during Coachella performance.

Another wrote, "Bro does not have one song where he needs to do any of that."

AP Dhillon faces backlash for smashing guitar during Coachella performance.

Here are the other reactions:

AP Dhillon faces backlash for smashing guitar during Coachella performance.
AP Dhillon faces backlash for smashing guitar during Coachella performance.
AP Dhillon faces backlash for smashing guitar during Coachella performance.
AP Dhillon faces backlash for smashing guitar during Coachella performance.

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