Bigg Boss OTT 2 Winner Elvish Yadav Slaps Man At Jaipur Restaurant, Says, ‘I Don’t Regret’

Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner Elvish Yadav found himself in hot waters after a video surfaced showing him slapping a man at a restaurant in Jaipur. The incident, which occurred on Sunday, quickly went viral on social media, sparking outrage among netizens.

Controversy surrounds Elvish Yadav yet again.

The Viral Video

In the video, Yadav can be seen leaving the restaurant with his team before abruptly turning back and assaulting a man seated inside. Despite attempts by his team to intervene, Yadav appeared visibly enraged during the altercation.

Yadav’s Clarification

Following the incident, Yadav issued an audio clarification, expressing that he harboured no regrets about his actions. He stated, “I am not interested in fighting nor slapping someone. However, if someone makes a personal remark, I don’t spare them.” Yadav emphasized that he maintains composure in public interactions but does not tolerate personal attacks.

Yadav issues a clarification regarding the incident.

Response to Critics

Yadav defended his actions, highlighting that the altercation was provoked by personal remarks directed at him. He asserted, “There were police and commandos with us. It is not that we’ve done anything wrong. This was personal. He took a personal dig at me, and I went and slapped him. I don’t have any regrets. Aisa hi hoon main (I am like this only).”

Previous Controversies

This is not the first time Yadav has courted controversy. In November last year, he faced allegations of organizing rave parties in Noida, where nine poisonous snakes were discovered during a police raid. The case against Yadav stemmed from a complaint filed by an official of People for Animals.

Yadav’s past controversies resurface amid a new incident.

Elvish Yadav’s recent altercation has once again thrust him into the spotlight, drawing both criticism and support from the public. As the incident continues to unfold, Yadav remains steadfast in his stance, asserting his right to defend against personal attacks.