"There was no party hosted by me": Singer Kanika Kapoor breaks silence on COVID allegations
Upon returning from the UK, Kanika Kapoor was said to have attended two-three parties hosted in different parts of Lucknow, along with visiting a 5-star hotel and a parlour.
If Kanika Kapoor became famous for singing "Baby Doll" in "Ragini MMS 2", then infamy came her way for her alleged carelessness during the ongoing novel coronavirus crisis.
The hitmaker has been the centre of attention since she became, perhaps, the first Indian celebrity to have tested positive for COVID-19. Now, squashing all the rumours of her going missing from her Lucknow house, Kanika Kapoor has come out with statement where she has justified her actions stating that there has been "misunderstanding and wrong exchanges of information."
Taking to social media, she shared a statement which said that she is currently at her Lucknow house and is spending quality time with her parents. Not only that but she also revealed that no one from the UK, Mumbai or Lucknow, who she had met have any symptoms of coronavirus and all have tested negative. Kanika captioned the post as "Stay Home Stay Safe".
Kapoor also quashed the allegations of carelessness by going to parties after she landed from the UK by saying, "On 14th and 15th March I attended a friend's lunch and dinner. There was no party hosted by me and I was in absolute normal health."
Read her statement here:
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Kapoor had spent several days in the Lucknow hospital after testing positive for COVID-19 and was finally discharged after her tests came negative. Even after being discharged, she was suggested to self-quarantine herself at home for the next 14 days.
Earlier, she was said to have attended two-three parties hosted in different parts of Lucknow, along with visiting a 5-star hotel and a parlour during her stay there.