The controversy began after a verbal argument between the Saudi artist and one of his followers, on Tuesday, when the latter wrote to him: “Sheikh Sheikh Ma`lich, you will remain dwarves in front of Iraqi songs.” What prompted Abdul Majeed Abdullah to respond: The comparison is just your view. Our song is from the most beautiful to the most beautiful. ”
And Abdullah went on, saying: “You have reached a level where girls can hear you and give you testimony.
The famous artist, with his romantic songs, wrote in a farewell message to his followers and an explanation of the motives for closing his account: “My artistic career is 36 years, and all these words I hear when I am in my fifties. Taz in art Tuz in Twitter and Tuz in every human being sent a hurtful word. Ali, with my love and appreciation for my beloved Republican. ”
According to “Al Khaleej Online,” although the Saudi artist apologized for his “hurtful” words to some, he said, because of his expressions that some described as “inappropriate”, the intensity of the controversy did not stop.
And one of the tweets said: “They say music refines morals, and this did not endure two words together, and his account was deleted after a lot of cursing. People of singing are followers of Satan, their souls are narrow, and their hearts are dark, we seek refuge in God from their condition.
Another commented: “In which there is no good for his family, there is no good for people. By God, this is the morality of a person whom some consider a role model, and their favorite artist, I bless it for an hour, and God is on the day I drew from Twitter.”
Abdul Majeed Abdullah’s account has been following on Twitter nearly 3 million people, since its inception in December 2011.
And from time to time there is a debate on social media in Saudi Arabia, especially with the rise in the pace of openness led by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Bin Salman supported a series of decisions that decided to abandon a number of laws and official customs that were adopted by the country for decades, most notably allowing women to drive, as well as entering football fields, as well as setting up a fashion show and opening cinemas, in addition to loud and mixed parties, which faced criticism A large segment of society.