Thursday, September 16, 2021
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Alaa Amer, the legal adviser for the Music Professions Union, said that the decision to detain the two singers, Dalia Mustafa Muhammad Youssef and Fatima Muhammad Jaber, known as Lamis Muhammad and Fifi Muhammad, and not deal with them for inciting them to immorality and immorality, was issued some time ago by the Syndicate.
Amer added, in exclusive statements to “Masrawy”, that the union is following up on this decision with the union section in Gharbia to monitor them in their work areas, whether in Gharbia or Kafr El-Sheikh, noting that a letter was sent to the Gharbia Security Directorate regarding these two singers.
The Music Professions Union issued the decision to circulate to all branches and catering companies for parties and weddings, not to deal with two singers for their lack of commitment to public traditions.
The Union branch in Gharbia governorate distributed, to all other branches, the decision that both Dalia Mustafa Muhammad Youssef and Fatima Muhammad Jaber, known as Lamis Muhammad and Fifi Muhammad, were crossed out from the Union’s schedules, for their lack of commitment to public traditions. and a decent appearance, and their appearance at parties in a manner that incites immorality and immorality. Failure to comply with the ethics and traditions of the profession.
The Music Professions Union had previously warned singers not to wear outer clothing, emphasizing that the Union’s task is limited to monitoring the obtaining of permission to sing by singers, in coordination with the supervisory body of artistic works, and monitor violations related to any words outside the lyrics or concerts, similar to what happened in the recent crisis between festival singers Hassan Shakoush and Reda El Bahrawy.
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