date of publication:
May 12, 2021 3:48 GMT
Update date: May 12, 2021 7:05 GMT
The Egyptian folk singer Ahmed Shaiba revealed the truth about the existence of a dispute between him and the Egyptian artist Mohamed Ramadan, against the background of artistic cooperation between them that did not rise to the implementation stage.
Source: Asma Helmy – Erm News
Shaybah said, in a television interview on the program “Sheikh Al-Hara and Al-Daraa” presented by Egyptian director Inas El-Deghidi, that the talk about a dispute came about because of an incident related to the series “Al-Ostoura”, indicating that artists performed the song titled Ya Ibn Dami to be part of the series’ events He was among them.
Shaybah continued, saying: “Ahmed Saad sang it first, and I sang it after Ahmed Saad. Suddenly I heard that Reda Al-Bahrawi sang the song, and suddenly I met Ismail Al-Laithi, the singer of the song, and then I was sure that he would capture the song.
After the Egyptian singer, “We all sang the song, so I said they were taking us in the role, but in the end Rida Al-Bahrawi downloaded the song and at that time it arrived to Muhammad Ramadan. I demanded a large number, or I don’t want to go.”
And Ahmed Shaiba continued, saying: “After that, Muhammad Ramadan asked me and I went to him in the office, and he asked me to sing a song (We are the Sa`ida) and he asked me if I had a second song.
He noted that during the session, he told him: “By the way, I did the song (Oh Ibn Dami) and did not publish it out of respect for you,” adding that he had recorded the song “Musa”, which is currently shown in the Ramadan drama, but the song was not used in the series.
Shaybah continued, “Mahslash Nassib, that the song is the sequel of the series (Musa), but I gave it up to him and it is possible to use it in another work. God knows”.