Rula Saed denies attempt to kill Haifa Wahbi
Lebanese singer Rula Saed strongly denied allegations that she was in any way involved with the horrific accident that occurred to Lebanese singer Haifa Wahbi recently. Rula was shocked to discover that some people would stoop so low as to insinuate that she would be involved in such a horrific situation.
Karim Yaghi, Rula’s business manager, stated that he was very disappointed to hear that a rumor like this was circulating and stressed he would not waste his time to answer those who created it. Karim added that he cannot imagine that some people actually think that the lives of artists are similar to action movies where one person would attempt to kill another.
According to the London based Elaph, Rula on her part added that regardless of her personal feelings towards Haifa, she would never even think of hurting physically.
Miraculously Haifa had survived a deadly accident while filming her latest music video for the song “Hasa Ma Baina Fi Haja” (Nothing is between us), which is featured in her upcoming album. The accident occurred at the Riyaq Military Airport in Al Biqa’ Lebanon.
The clip had a very daring and dangerous scene where a helicopter was following Haifa as she was driving in a convertible, but the pilot had not calculated the distance between him and the car resulting in a crash. Haifa was injured at the back of her head in addition to slight injuries resulting from glass flying from the windshield.
The crash had also caused a leak in the fuel tank leading a fire to start injuring the singer and the filming crew. The Lebanese military, who were present at the scene rushed to the singer’s aid and rescued her and the crew before a major fire broke out, which could have led to the death of the singer and the crew.
Haifa was immediately rushed to Khoury General Hospital. She was treated and placed in ICU for 24 hours to ensure that no serious injuries were present.
The doctor that treated Haifa revealed that the singer was in good condition and the injuries were minor. The doctor stated that a miracle had saved the singer, especially since she was hit in the back of her head which is a very sensitive spot.
Haifa was very grateful that she survived the crash and noted that her strong faith in God was what really saved her. She also thanked all those that came to her aid during the accident and also thanked everyone who visited and called her to make sure she was in good health.