Samira Said fears jeopardizing her career by working with Sharif Sabri
Moroccan singer Samira Said has decided not to work with Egyptian director Sharif Sabri and taking back her song “Ma Khalas” (Its Over), after all the commotion he had created by directing inappropriate seductive video clips for Egyptian singer Ruby. Close contacts to Samira warned her that by working with Sharif she would jeopardize the success of the song and even her career.
According to the Wattan daily, it was added that since Sharif specializes in making seductive video clips where the singer is wearing very revealing outfits and is dancing the entire time, Samira did not want to be labeled among such singer, especially after all the success she has so far witnessed in her career.
On his part, Sharif revealed that he was the one who refused to direct the video clip for the mere fact that Samira’s producer offered such a small wage for the video clip. Samira is preparing to release her upcoming album in the very near future under the title “Kawooni Feek”.
Samira filmed the main song of the album in the form of a video clip in Barcelona Spain under the direction of English Director Greg Miswak, who had also directed four song for internationally known singer Celion Dion and songs for Spice Girls. –Albawaba.com
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