The Lebanese singer Haifa Wehbe, accompanied by her half-sister, Rola Yamout, appeared from their mother’s house in Beirut, where they were brought together by a family visit, which Haifa Wehbe did not reveal except through a photo via the Astorian feature of her account on Instagram..
And Rola Yamout, Haifa Wehbe’s sister, published a picture she collected through her own account on Instagram, in the first appearance together after differences that lasted for many years and reached the courtrooms and disavowed each other..
Rola Yamout published her picture with her sister, Haifa Wehbe, and wrote a comment: “My sister, Diva, the beautiful game, Fufa.”
For her part, Haifa Wehbe did not comment on the photo. She did not even like her, nor did she initially disclose her meeting with Rula Yamout, and contented herself with publishing a photo on her way to her mother’s house in Beirut, wearing the same clothes that she appeared in with her sister in the photo..
“On the way to visit Mama,” Haifa Wehbe wrote, hanging on her photo, which she posted on the Astori feature on Instagram.
The photo, published by Rola Yamout, drew the attention of the public, as the hostility between the two sisters reached the courts, and before her and after the media space..
The enmity began between Rola Yamout and Haifa Wehbe, when Yamout stated that Haifa Wehbe is old and visits her age and claims that she is years younger than her real age, even though she is “Tita” or a grandmother of grandchildren, which ignited Haifa Wehbe’s anger at the time..
After that, Rola Yamout went out on several programs to slander Haifa Wehbe, saying that she was jealous of her because she was younger and more beautiful than her, pointing out that she should admit her real age..
When asked about Haifa Wehbe, Rola Yamout said: “What does Haifa mean? Haifa is for me a sister, not more, but she does not treat me as a sister, but as an enemy. Do you believe that she recorded a song for me called Khayna? Do you believe that? Whoever has money buys people, and she yes buys people.” Indirectly, I am the daughter of Al Yamout, the most important Beiruti Sunni family. No one accepts that I be insulted. My family is elegant and educated, my grandfather, the scholar Shafiq Yamout, my cousin, MP Bassem Yamout, and others. My family is honorable, respectable, and classy. And let me live my life.
And about the dispute between her and Haifa, she said: “Ask her, she is the one who created the problem and not me, I am not crazy, why does she tell the media that I am crazy? Why is she talking about me badly?”
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