KK’s daughter Tamara shared a long note asking people not to abuse or ‘spread hatred’ against the late singer’s managers Hitesh Bhatt and Shubham Bhatt. Tamara shared several old pictures of KK with her team members on Instagram. She added that the late singer “trusted and trusted” her team and asked people to send them their love and support as they need it just as much as we do. (Also Read | KK’s son Nakul Krishna remembers him,
He captioned the post, “We wanted to thank all the beautiful humans in this picture for making them memorable glasses on all their travels with dad and for the significant contribution he made to his show. I asked Hitesh Uncle Said; Mom, Nakul and I weren’t there for Dad at the last minute, didn’t even get to say goodbye, but we were all so happy that he was with him. Ever since he joined Dad, his stress went away.”
She also said, “I have heard of Hate Mail being very angry towards Hitesh Uncle and Shubham. Can you see what dad will think? You’re basing your judgment on the word of some unverified journalists, channels and other sources that regularly include Photoshopped thumbnails and clickbait titles. Don’t spread hatred on what they say. Sending all my love and support to the immediate family. However, every moment Dad was not with us, he was with his other family, as he used to call them.”
“Please don’t get involved in the hate rumours, please send your love and support to them too. They need it just as much as we do, we are all suffering. I am so grateful even though dad didn’t. Ours Near his last day, he was with her. These are the people that Dad himself trusted and loved with all his heart, and a big reason why Dad became who he was. I want to ask you if you love dad so much, don’t you believe who he trusted? I urge everyone to stop this verbal abuse or abuse of any kind, and if you see this please take a stand And speak out against it. Be kind- Jyothi, Nakul and Tamara,” the title concluded.
On May 31, KK fell ill while performing at Nazrul Manch in Kolkata. He was taken to the hospital where doctors declared him brought dead on arrival. The singer died at the age of 53. Earlier, ABP Anand quoted Hitesh, who was present at the event, as saying, “KK said he was feeling convulsions in his limbs and also asked me to switch off the car AC.” Later, recalling the moments after KK’s fall, Hitesh had also said, “I couldn’t even lift him… Then I alerted the hotel staff. He was rushed to the hospital where he was declared brought dead. been done.”