Shae Gill has hit back at online trolls as they slammed her for saying a prayer for the late singer Sidhu Moose Wala after his tragic death.
The Pasoori The hit singer shared the news of the singer’s passing on her Instagram Stories, writing, “Heartbroken. May her soul rest in peace and may her family and friends have the strength to bear this loss.”
After which, Gill started getting backlash from netizens in his DMs, telling him not to say prayers for a non-Muslim.
The message she received said, “As a Muslim, you are not allowed to make dua for non-Muslims when they die.”
In response, the singer wrote, “I got a lot of messages like this. I just wanted to let everyone know that I’m not a Muslim.”
“I am a Christian, I come from a Christian family and I can pray for people of different religions,” Gill added.
She later shared another story in which a fan lent her support and told her it was okay to pray for non-Muslims, to which Gill wrote, “I get especially messages like this now and it’s heartwarming.”
The singer continued, “Honestly, I wouldn’t have advertised it like that, but I got sick of people thinking they could control me to that standard.”
However, the trolls kept bashing her as she shared another post from a man who had insulted her, but Gill had a perfect answer for him.
“And if you send me messages like this, you’re blocked. And yes, I read messages whenever I have time,” she wrote in her latest story.