#ElissaRealDiva hits back at #HaifaTheOneAndOnlyDiva
The war of words between Lebanese divas Haifa Wehbe and Elissa is escalating day by day, especially now that other celebs have started to take sides!
The heated argument began when Haifa just couldn't let Elissa's insulting recent comment go unanswered.
In response to Elissa's statement that "Haifa created herself from nothing", Haifa quipped that no one can make something out of themselves from nothing, adding, "It's not shameful for a person to be small and then build themselves to become something bigger and more famous, but what is shameful is to always remain small and be envious of others...Every person starts small, but with time and support of people, he can be something, but if a person is an idiot from the beginning then with fame he just becomes a bigger idiot."
Haifa continued” "I am MJK "Malikit Jamal Al Kawn" (Miss Universe) and Elissa should thank God that she became something from nothing."
The hashtags were used to fiercely defend each singer and criticise the other by their most loyal of fans.
Amidst the heated fight, poet Ahmad Madi entered the boxing ring and took Elissa’s side. He tweeted saying: “How is it that Haifa wants to talk about being out of tune and about Elissa? The only thing left is for dancers to talk about genuine music and the queen of emotions. “Kiss the Baby” or “Dana wa Nana wa Bas” is all what you are cracked up to be, Haifa."
Ahmad also tweeted: “There’s something called feelings and something called seduction, and they are two very different things. And there is a Queen of feelings (implying Elissa) and a Queen of seduction (Implying Haifa) and they are very far apart.”
On her part, Haifa retweeted both of Ahmad’s tweets and responded by saying: “They were together at the recording studio and Elissa asked him to send me those degrading messages. Thank you my fellow respected countryman.”
Ahmad Madi had written a third insulting tweet against Haifa, but had it removed after being asked to do so by his good friend, music distributor Hadi Shararah. “For the sake of my good friend Hadi Shararah, I’ve removed my previous tweet.”
In her defense, Elissa indirectly responded to Haifa’s remarks by posting a number of tweets stating that she is an internationally known Lebanese singer, who won the World Music Awards three times and was also ranked in first place for the singer with the biggest number of albums sold by a female artist in the Middle East.