Rumors surround Angham’s love nest
Egyptian singer Angham was married less than two months ago and already rumors have been created claiming that she and her husband, music distributor Fahed, are facing marital problems. It was rumored that due the problems the two are going through they cut their honeymoon short and returned to Egypt.
According to the London based weekly, Laha, the truth of the matter is the couple had only planned on a two week honeymoon, due to the fact that both have overwhelming work obligations. Angham had to begin choosing the songs for her upcoming album, and Fahed was overloaded with songs to compose for different singers.
Recently, Angham had denied rumors of a secret marriage to Fahid that had been spreading in the entertainment world. The singer had at the time stressed that she is not involved in any kind of relationship with Fahid, let alone be married to him.
Recently, producer Mohsin Jaber, owner of Alam El Phan Production Company, has assured that he will not drop charges against Angham and will taken her to court for signing a contract with Rotana. Mohsin claimed that Angham’s contract with his company had not ended, which makes the signing of her contract with Rotana illegal.
Mohsin stressed that he will wait until the singer returned from her honeymoon and then take all the necessary legal actions against her. The situation between the two deteriorated after Angham's transfer to Rotana. Jaber voiced that the roots of the problem was that Angham signed a three-year contract with Rotana before her contract with Alam El Phan expired.
Mohsin added that he is going to sue her in court demanding that all his legal rights, according to their contract are met or at least compensated financially. Muhsin added that Angham has committed fraud by signing a contract with Rotana not notifying them that her previous contract had not ended.
The contract between Angham and Alam El Phan states specifically that the singer must submit at least three albums, and she had only released two, meaning that the company after being compensated will still have rights over the singer’s third album when it is produced. -Albawaba.com
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