Shireen's endless saga with Nasr Mahrous
Problems between Egyptian singer Shireen Abdul Wahab and her former producer Nasr Mahrous seem endless.
Disputes have arisen once again after Shireen decided to film her upcoming music video "Ala Bali" (On My Mind) with a Lebanese director instead of Mahrous. The contract between the two stipulates that Mahrous direct all video clips for the singer.
Shireen decided to break her contract with Mahrous' company ‘Free Music’ and pay the penalty, opting to stay in London until her lawyer has settled the matter.
Thus far, Mahrous has refused to accept the compensation.
Relations between Shireen and Mahrous became tense after Shireeen refused to accept the leading role in the film "Omar and Salma," alongside singer Tamer Husni, who is currently facing trial for forging legal documents.
Circulating rumors claim that Shireen declined since Tamer appeared in over 80% of scenes, not giving the other actors their rightful time.
Mahrous offered to double the scenes she would appear in, but she still declined.
Shireen intends to sign on with a new major production company, which she feels is more suitable to her at this stage in her successful career.