Ruby dedicates herself to worshiping God
Egyptian director Sharib Sabri, business manager of controversial Egyptian singer Ruby revealed that the singer will not be taking part in any entertainment activities during the holy month of Ramadan.
Sharif noted that Ruby will dedicate her time entirely to reading the holy Quran, fasting and praying, and taking part in charitable events.
On a different note, Ruby and Sharif are facing a new lawsuit filed by lawyer Nabieh Al Wahish, who is demanding that the ‘Egyptian Musician Association’ cancel her membership.
Nabieh asserted the singer should be stripped of her membership, which he believes was acquired in an unlawful manner.
Nabieh stated that he will not be satisfied only ousting the singer from the Association, but he will fight to have her banned from the music industry, claiming she is unfit as a performer since “she only attempts to seduce people and is a bad example to all Egyptians.”
Al Wahish is famous for filing lawsuits against female singers, whom he feels are an insult to Arab sensibilities. The last lawsuit he filed was against Tunisian singer Najla, and it is said that he was the main reason behind her being banned from performing in Egypt.
This is the second lawsuit filed by Nabih in regard to Ruby’s membership of the Association. The first was against composer and president of the Association, Hassan Abu Al Saod, for permitting Ruby to become a member. Nabih claimed that Hassan’s acceptance of Ruby was illegal since it violated the regulations of the Association.