You Will Know Everything Sooner Than Later, Says Armaan Malik After Deleting Insta Posts

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Armaan Malik shocked fans as he deleted his Instagram feed and said ‘I can't take it anymore’. Here’s his recent Twitter update that has sent fans in a tizzy

Written By Alifiya Shaiwala | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Bollywood's renowned singer Armaan Malik took to his Instagram on Tuesday midnight and shared a cryptic post that states ‘I Can’t Take It Anymore’ on a black screen. He deleted all his previously shared pictures and videos, leaving fans pondering as to what happened to him suddenly. While fans in huge numbers cascaded to share a concern, Armaan Malik on Wednesday night as well as Thursday morning shared updates about his whereabouts on Twitter.

Check out Armaan Malik’s latest tweet

Armaan Malik on Wednesday night took to his Twitter and said, ‘Time reveals everything, don’t worry’. His post is flooded with fans consoling him and asking the singer about his health. And now, once again on Thursday morning, Armaan Malik took to his Twitter and expressed, ‘There’s more harm in assuming and letting your mind jump to conclusions than knowing the actual truth. Hang in there and you will know everything sooner than later’. 

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For the unversed, this is not the first time that Armaan Malik has shared something like this. Even before, Malik’s reply to Justin Beiber’s post on isolation and feeling disconnected had hinted fans about his situation. Check out his tweet.

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