Actress Sonakshi and Singer Armaan Malik are having a twitter war | Memsaab.com

The story began when Kailash Kher made comments about how Sonakshi should not be invited to perform with Justin Bieber at his Mumbai concert and the organisers must rope in a singer instead. Armaan, who never shies away from voicing his opinions, immediately tweeted about agreeing with Kailash's statement.

Armaan Malik, reacting to the news that Sonakshi will be performing at the opening act of Justin Bieber in Mumbai.

Armaan Malik, reacting to the news that Sonakshi will be performing at the opening act of Justin Bieber in Mumbai.
Singer Armaan Malik reacted, “Agree with @Kailashkher sir! Actors are actors & singers are singers. Leave the stage & mic to us, that’s our playground not yours (sic).”
 

Sonakshi, who didn’t take Armaan’s comment too well tweeted back saying, “ A secure artist wud always encourage another artist to grow their skills and follow their dreams. Art in any form should not be suppressed (sic).”

Sonakshi, who didn’t take Armaan’s comment too well tweeted back saying, “ A secure artist wud always encourage another artist to grow their skills and follow their dreams. Art in any form should not be suppressed (sic).”
To which the singer replyed, “I Agree with u sonakshi.. but I voiced what I felt about how singers are shunned in our country & given lesser importance than actors!!, (sic).”

Not in a mood to give up Sonakshi replied to Armaan’s tweet and wrote, “And this is definitely not the same tune you were singing when you wanted me to sing for you, (sic).”

Not in a mood to give up Sonakshi replied to Armaan’s tweet and wrote, “And this is definitely not the same tune you were singing when you wanted me to sing for you, (sic).”
When Armaan pointed that may be Sonakshi has confused him with his brother, singer and composer, Amaal Malik, Sonakshi, wrote, “Of course I know Amaal is the composer but i clearly remember u both coming up to me after an event a while bk asking to do a song together, (sic),” and added, “good luck to you both (sic).”