Aman gupta elvish yadav : Producer Elvish Yadav made history after becoming the first wild card contestant to win the OTT version of the show. A YouTuber has hit the headlines again, this time slamming an electronics brand for misusing his name. Read the report to know about the Aman gupta elvish yadav clash.
Instagram handle “sensible_sensible shared a video of a man asking his group of friends to play the Elvish Yadav And song from the boat’s speaker. However, instead of playing the song, the friend threw the speaker, but it still worked fine. At the end of the video, the group praised BoAt for the quality of their product, and in response, BoAt commented on the addition of the hand raising emoji.
The video did not sit well with Elvish, who later took X and apologised to the brand, calling his actions “disgraceful”. Elvish tweeted andquot;@RockWithboAt reached a new low by using personal mockery to promote his brand. It is shameful that they believe this approach is acceptable. An apology is welcome or I personally advise the #ElvishArmy not to buy your products @amangupta0303. If you can’t sell your stuff on your own, don’t throw mud at others. #ShameOnAmanGupta.”
After posting Elvish’s tweet, boat issued an explanation: “Dear @ElvishYadav! The video posted by sensibly_insensible was not commissioned by boat or anyone from our company. We respect all artists and the art they create. We would never, humorously or otherwise, defeat any creator.”
“The brand’s response to said comment was a positive comment about the brand and was automatically selected by our algorithm. It was not intended to harm or mock any artist for your credibility and value, andquot; tweeted the boat.
After receiving an explanation from the boat team, Elvish posted another tweet stating that it was aware that the video was indeed commissioned by Aman Guptaand#039’s brand. andquot;I appreciate the explanation, although I know the video was commissioned by a company. Admitting mistakes takes courage and I respect that. Letand#039;s move forward by promoting positivity and respect among creators, andquot; he wrote