Bussa Krishna Wiki – Bussa Krishna Biography
Bussa Krishna who had a life-size statue of Trump and worshiped him as his “god” was filmed crying when he learned of his idol’s illness and then fell into a depression, according to Indian news agency ANI. “He spent sleepless nights, starved, and prayed for the US president’s recovery for the past three, four days. He died of cardiac arrest [Sunday] around noon,” a friend told the agency.
Krishna, hit the headlines for the first time in 2018 by installing a photograph of Trump in his puja room and worshipping it every day along with other Hindu gods at his house in Konne village of Bachannapet block in Jangaon district.
Last year, he had built a six-foot statue of Trump in front of his house and had been conducting regular pujas and bathed it with milk. He pasted posters and stickers of the US President all over his house and had written graffiti praising Trump on the walls. He used to wear T-shirts with Trump’s name on it.
For his craze for the US president, he had earned the nickname as Trump Krishna in his village.
It was only last week Krishna had released a one-minute video in which he was seen crying for Trump and praying for his speedy recovery from illness.
Earlier, Krishna said he strongly wished that Trump returned to power in the presidential election.
A school dropout, Krishna had been taking care of agriculture in his two-acre land in the village, while his parents had moved to Toopran a couple of years ago. His wife died last year while delivering a baby boy.
Krishna started worshipping the US president after Srinivas Kuchibhotla, a software engineer from the state, was killed by a US navy veteran in an alleged act of hate crime in February 2017.
Bussa Krishna Age
Bussa Krishna was 35 years old.
According to his family members, Krishna collapsed while having a cup of tea. He was rushed to a local hospital at Toopran, where doctors declared him dead on arrival.
Cause of Death
It was not clear if the 35-year-old farmer was still on his fast, with some reports saying he collapsed while drinking tea in his village in the southern state of Telangana.
Other than “feeling depressed” about Trump and first lady Melania Trump coming down with COVID-19, Krishna was otherwise “healthy and had no prior medical complications,” his cousin, Vivek, told the Hindustan Times.
Read Also: Who is Emmalyn Nguyen? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Parents, Health Condition, Cause of Death, Instagram
Bussa Krishna’s obsession with the commander-in-chief started with a dream, he had said, and left him nicknamed “Trump Krishna” after he built a shrine and statue in his house.
Village official Venkat Goud said it was hard to believe that their “Trump Krishna” had passed away without getting to meet his “god,” whom he worshiped daily.
“As much as we are sad that he died without meeting Trump even once, we hope, at least the news of his death, reaches Trump now,” Goud told the Indian Express.
“I was very much pained at the incident. I thought the only way the US president and his people could understand the greatness of Indians is to display our love and affection towards them. That is why I started worshipping Trump with a hope that the prayers would reach him one day,” Krishna had then said.