George Wassouf expresses his sorrows after the death of his son in a new song

George Wassouf expresses his sorrows after the death of his son in a new song
George Wassouf expresses his sorrows after the death of his son in a new song
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The artist, George Wassouf, was keen to extend his thanks and gratitude to everyone who comforted him during the past period in the death of his son Wadih, indicating that he will prepare a special song for his son, given that the song is the truest expression of his pain, according to the statement issued by him.

The statement said: “The artist, George Wassouf, thanks everyone who consoled him and stood by him at this painful stage, and apologizes for canceling his participation in the events, festivals and concerts that were scheduled for January and February due to the circumstances he is going through.”.

The statement revealed the date of George Wassouf’s return to his artwork again, as he explained: “Since the song remains with Abu Wadih, the truest expression of his pain, he will have, above all, a date with a song for his late son Wadih, provided that he resumes work according to his obligations at the end of February, estimated His fans and followers, who overwhelmed him with a noble affection that he will not forget, asking God to keep these calamities away from everyone.


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Wadih George Wassouf, son of the great artist George Wassouf, died on Friday before last, after a health crisis he suffered as a result of the complications of the “gastrectomy” operation he had recently performed, and a large number of artists were keen to console him and stand by him in his painful affliction.

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Where Elissa wrote on her page: “Separation is very difficult, O Lord, your wisdom is greater, but separation hurts a lot and the calamity is great. My heart is with you, Abu Wadih, who bears the name of your son all your life and now bears the pain of their separation. May God give you strength.”“.

And Carole Samaha wrote: “I am not able to believe what this sad news is, Wadih George Wassouf.

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