Kazem El Saher defends The Voice Arabia's winner Sattar Saad, says no bribes were made to buy votes
Iraqi superstar and The Voice Arabia judge Kazem El Saher was terribly upset by rumors that him and his sons have bribed people with $50 thousand to vote for Sattar Saad to win.
Kazem denied the news stating that "this rumor is biased, unfair and isn't true. The person who published the news has no conscience. It's shameful what's been said about my sons and I because my sons don't have that kind of money and aren't affluent kids."
The singer then added that his eldest son Wissam is married and lives in a rented apartment with his wife. He stressed that his son doesn't have enough money to buy a flat of his own.
Meanwhile, he said that his son Mahmoud lives and works in Qatar where he spends from what he earns.
Kazem said that he was confident Sattar would win because of his vocal abilities that none of the other contestants possess.
He added that Sattar is good looking, sings with passion and is kind-hearted, which all contributed to his win.
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