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Musicians Syndicate Responses to Latest Amal Maher Video

Thu 30 Jun 2022 | 07:03 PM
Rana Atef

On Wednesday, the Spokesperson of the Musicians Syndicate Tarek Mortada responded to the latest video of singer Amal Maher.

Mortada denied the reactions of social media users, adding that the Syndicate is not responsible for the artists' personal life.

He asserted that Fahmy's family asserted that she is fine, revealing that the artist said that she suffered from Coronavirus.

It is worthy to mention that Maher posted a video yesterday where she assured to her fans that she is fine, and congratulated her fans for the anniversary of the 30 June Anniversary.

Previously, iconic artist Nadia Moustafa, the Musicians Syndicate board member, called Amal Maher to make a public appearance for easing the concerns of her fans, Al Ain reported on Wednesday.

Moustafa told Al Ain that she didn’t contact Maher’s family once again, and she couldn’t reach the artist herself. In addition, the Musicians Syndicate official asserted that all her statements were based on the information she received from the singer’s mother.

The veteran artist asserted that if she is in danger, her mother should be the one who takes an action, however, her mother stressed that her daughter is fine, and urged the syndicate to ask media voices to stop emerging rumours about the singer.

In the same context, Moustafa praised the return of Maher’s YouTube channel, referring that it could be a sign for her comeback.

Last week, a member of the Musicians Syndicate board said on Friday that all news about singer'ss disappearance are fake.

Moustafa explained in a phone interview with TV Host Mostafa Bakry that she contacted Maher’s brother who asserted that the singer is fine, and she lives in another place.