Ruby haunted by rumors
Director Sharif Sabri, business manager of controversial Egyptian singer Ruby, has denied recent circulating rumors that the singer filmed her recent music video “Misheet Wara Ihsasi” (I followed my instinct) in her undergarments.
Sharif stated that such rumors are ridiculous and the singer would not be filmed in such a manner. He added that once the clip is released, it will prove that the singer had worn normal cloths, which she had purchased from London.
The director also denied other rumors regarding Ruby’s resignation and her wearing of the Islamic headdress Hijab. Photos were circulated on number of internet sites and several newspapers of the singer wearing the Hijab. What had added to the rumor was Ruby’s disappearance from the spotlight in the past few weeks and the delay of her album, which was previously scheduled for release at the beginning of the new year.
Sharif stated that the pictures of Ruby wearing the Hijab are mere fabrications.
Ruby will be returning to the scenes after a year long absence with the release of her new album "Misheet Wara Ihsasi" (I Followed my Instinct). The album features eight songs in both oriental and western styles.
On a different note, Ruby was shocked when she was forbidden to enter her high school, where she had graduated. The singer was not allowed to enter the premises of the school and the entire staff refused to welcome her in after she had requested to meet the students and chat with them.
Ruby wanted to talk to the students, who were all females, about her experience at the school and her career as a singer. The principal of the school told the singer that she is not welcomed and she did not want her to talk to the students of fear that she will influence them in a negative way.
The principal stated that ruby is a bad role model for the girls and the music she presents along with the video clips she releases are demeaning and inappropriate.
The singer was surprised at the principal’s reaction due to the fact that she had previously visited the school on numerous occasions and performed to the students.