Tunisian singer/dancer Najla has filed for an appeal against twelve Egyptian lawyers were behind her forbiddance of entering Egypt. Najla accused Egyptian dancers, specifically Fifi Abdo, Dina, and Lucy, of waging a war against her because she had worked as a dancer at first in Egypt and was thought to be better than them.
The singer/dancer’s lawyer stated that the Dancers Mafia in Egypt had intentionally aimed at preventing Najla from dancing in Egypt, a matter that led her to turn to a singing career. It was added that the moment Najla began her new career a new scam was plotted against her resulting in her banning said to be because of the first inappropriate music video she had released.
Najla had recently took a short vacation from Egypt and visited to her homeland Tunisia, but was shocked upon her return that Cairo airport security forbade her from entering the country.
The news of Najla’s banning from Egypt was a rumor at first, but was validated when an Egyptian newspaper revealed that the singer was held at the airport for 12 hours endlessly trying all means to get permission to enter Egypt.
None of the singer’s contacts in Egypt were able to help her out and give her passage way into the country. It was revealed that the decision of Najla’s banning was made to please a number of extreme parliament members that had attacked the manner of Najla’s method in filming her video clips, especially the extremely seductive one of the horse.
© 2005 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)