The Delhi Rapper Who Had Been Missing Since June 2nd Has Been Found!
Twitter went abuzz on June 2nd when a rapper who goes by the stage name MC Kode was reported missing after sharing a cryptic status update on his social media handle. Many of his fans and followers thought that the rapper had committed suicide by jumping into the Yamuna river which was his last known location. In a sudden turn of events, rapper Aditya Tiwari AKA MC Kode was traced by Delhi police to Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh.
A missing person’s report was filed by the rapper’s worried mother, Deepa Dhingra, 2 days after his sudden disappearance on June 4th. The complaint was filed in Mehrauli police station regarding her 23-year-old son who had all of a sudden gone missing. a day later a case of kidnapping was also filed. According to her report, she stated that her son had uploaded a post on Instagram that hinted he wants to commit suicide just before he went missing. Later on, his phone was switched off which further worried the family of the rapper. A police team was then constituted to look for MC Kode. Following continuous efforts to look for the 23-year-old rapper, came to an end when the police were able to trace the rapper to his friend’s house in Jabalpur.
The incident of the rapper going missing comes a week after a rap battle video of him had surfaced. The 6-year-old video showed MC Kode disrespecting the religion in a lyrical rap battle. He rapped about a lot of unacceptable and highly inappropriate things about the Hindu religion. He mentioned how he would do inappropriate things to the holy Hindu book Geeta and the epic Mahabharat. Just after the video was made public it immediately went viral.
People were quick to judge and severely trolled him online. His family even said that he had received death threats online for whatever head said about the religion 6 years back. He then posted an apology note on his Instagram handle that said “The constant suffering and trials and tribulations of life have made me weak. Currently standing at an isolated bridge overlooking the Yamuna I do not blame anyone for anything but myself. Relief from my own existence is gonna serve as a punishment that the entire country wanted.”