Drama Post-Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss OTT Season 2 may be over, but the drama isn’t. Elvish Yadav, the winner, and Abhishek Malhan, the runner-up, find themselves in the spotlight again. Their ongoing social media feud has taken a new turn following a viral video.
Elvish’s Indirect Message
In the video, Elvish Yadav indirectly addresses someone involved in what he calls “negative PR” against him. While he doesn’t name anyone, speculation points to Abhishek Malhan, especially after Bebika Dhruve suggested both Abhishek and Manisha Rani were involved in negative PR campaigns.
Elvish Expresses Frustration
Elvish expresses frustration, stating, “PR teams are flooding the internet with negative memes and tweets. Where did they suddenly come from? Those unaware, this is negative PR – tarnishing one’s image with money, through memes and news channels. We considered someone our brother.”
Abhishek Malhan denies involvement in negative PR campaigns and questions why he would engage in them when he hasn’t even promoted his positive PR.
Abhishek states, “We’ve never done our positive PR, so why engage in someone else’s negative PR? 25 lakh rupees? I wouldn’t even spend 25 rupees. I’m not going to do it.”
Abhishek believes Elvish’s comment was likely not aimed at him personally and reached out to clarify the misunderstanding.
Elvish’s Alleged Warning
However, the controversy takes another turn with a new video allegedly showing Elvish Yadav issuing a veiled threat to Abhishek Malhan’s manager. In the video, Elvish does not mention anyone by name but warns a specific individual about the consequences of spreading negativity.
Netizens express their opinions on social media, with some defending their favorite contestants, and others expressing dismay over the ongoing feud and the behavior of these prominent figures.
As the “negative PR” controversy escalates, it remains to be seen if a resolution will be reached or if this feud will persist, keeping fans and onlookers engaged in the drama surrounding these Bigg Boss OTT Season 2 contestants. This serves as a reminder of the influence of social media in shaping public perception and the responsibility that comes with it.