YouTuber Elvish Yadav recently encountered a mob attack in Jammu. Narrowly escaping a beating, Yadav shared his reaction, expressing concern about those raising hands against him. The incident sheds light on the challenges social media influencers face, sparking discussions on the consequences of online presence in the real world.
Elvish Yadav and friend Raghav Sharma encountered an alleged mob attack in Jammu, captured in a circulated video. The Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner responded to reports, addressing claims of an attack, clarifying the situation, and revealing he had to flee. This incident raises questions about the safety of social media influencers and the potential risks linked to their public presence.
Beaten by Mob??
A video surfaced on social media showing Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner Elvish Yadav being surrounded and almost captured by a crowd after his visit to Vaishno Devi temple in Jammu. Elvish, accompanied by producer Raghav Sharma during the December 20 visit, was observed fleeing from the hostile situation. Reacting to news reports suggesting he was ‘almost beaten up by a mob’ in Jammu, the YouTuber took to his Twitter account on Saturday to provide his response and perspective on the incident.
Elvish Yadav responded to a news report on Saturday, stating, “Jab tak aise news wale zinda hai fake narrative chalte rahenge. Mere pe haath uthane wale jis din paida hoge, kalyung ka ant aa lega. Cheers (Fake narratives will persist as long as such reporters exist. The day someone is born who can raise a hand against me, it will mark the end of the age of darkness. Cheers).”
— The Khabri (@TheKhabriTweets) December 22, 2023
A few days after visiting Vaishno Devi temple, a video surfaced depicting an attack on Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner Elvish Yadav and his friend Raghav Sharma. As they exited the temple on December 20, accompanied by producer Raghav Sharma, the duo faced a mob, with some individuals grabbing Raghav’s collar and pulling him. Times Now reported that a man, upset after a photo request was refused, grabbed Raghav’s collar, prompting Elvish to flee.
Snake Venom Case- Elvish Yadav booked
In November, YouTuber Elvish Yadav grabbed attention concerning a Noida snake venom case. The police secured the custody of Rahul, the primary accused in the snake venom case, where Elvish was implicated. The FIR accused Elvish under sections 9, 39, 48A, 49, 50, and 51 of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972, and section 120-B of the IPC.
Police registered an FIR at Noida Sector 49 Police Station against six individuals, including Elvish Yadav, for allegedly providing snake venom at rave parties. The group reportedly earned a substantial amount for supplying the venom at these events. During the raid, authorities rescued nine snakes, consisting of five cobras, a red snake, a python, and two others, as per police statements.