Despite his imprisonment, Tamer Husni’s latest on the way
In an attempt to show support for Egyptian singer Tamer Husni in his time of imprisonment, producer Nasr Mahrous, owner of ‘Free Music’ Production Company intends on releasing the singer’s latest album.
The album was scheduled for release in June, but Nasr wanted to show Tamer that he and many other people are behind him all the way.
The Egyptian television network has banned all of the songs by Tamer, declaring he is a negative role model after he and friend Haitham Shaker were convicted of forgery and sentenced to one month in jail. The decision to ban Tamer has not been implemented by the network to date.
Tamer employed Haitham to forge legal documents in order to avoid his military service, and was caught using two separate passports, neither of which was legal.
The actor had begun work on his upcoming film "Kul Sana Wi Inta Habibi" (Every Year and You are my Love), alongside Mai Izz El Din and Mais Hamdan, but filming was suddenly stopped after Tamer was arrested.
According to producer Amal Abu Shadi, the entire cast of the film is distressed over the singer’s situation, especially since his prison sentence may be prolonged, making the film’s completion impossible.