Elvish Yadav, the winner of Bigg Boss OTT 2 and a popular YouTuber, has been accused of organising a rave party at a banquet hall in Sector 51 in Noida, where prohibited snake venom was used. The Noida police have booked five people in connection with the party, and an investigation is underway. Elvish Yadav has denied all the charges and said that he is ready to cooperate with the Noida police. He also added that if found guilty, he will take “full responsibility”.
Elvish Yadav has a massive fan following on social media, with 15.6 million followers on Instagram and 7.51 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, Elvish Yadav Vlogs. He won Bigg Boss OTT 2 earlier this year and became a household name. He is currently a part of the Indian edition of the internationally acclaimed show Temptation Island, but a source close to the show has confirmed that he is not shooting for the show currently.
The accusations against Elvish Yadav are serious, and the use of prohibited snake venom is a cause for concern. It remains to be seen what the investigation will uncover, but Elvish Yadav has stated that he is ready to cooperate with the authorities. It is important to wait for the investigation to be completed before jumping to any conclusions.
In the meantime, fans of Elvish Yadav will be eagerly waiting for updates on the situation. It is important to remember that celebrities are also human beings and can make mistakes. It is up to them to take responsibility for their actions and make amends if necessary. We hope that Elvish Yadav will cooperate fully with the authorities and that the truth will come out soon.
As of November 3, 2023, the Noida police have launched an investigation against Elvish Yadav for alleged use of snake venom at rave parties. The police have arrested five people in connection with a rave party allegedly organised by Elvish Yadav, where prohibited snake venom was used. Elvish Yadav has denied all charges and said he is willing to cooperate in the investigation. He has also urged the media to not ruin his image until they have evidence. The investigation is still ongoing, and it remains to be seen what the authorities will uncover.
Elvish, meanwhile, claimed he was innocent. In a 58-second video on X, he said, “All allegations made against me are completely baseless (and) fake I am ready to cooperate with UP Police. I request police, administration, and UP CM Yogi Adityanath that if they find even 0.1% of my involvement in this, I’m ready to accept all charges.”
Moreover, the Gautam Buddh Nagar police on 3 November arrested five people in connection with allegedly running an organised group that sells snake venom at rave parties in the NCR.