Tamer Husni forbidden from holding live concerts in Egypt
The Egyptian Musician Association has decided to ban Egyptian singer Tamer Husni from holding any public live performances in Egypt until it finishes its interrogation with him after a person from one of his concerts accused him of assault. Some of the people at the concert where the fight broke out filed a complaint to the association against Tamer stressing that the singer had started swearing and talking in a very rude manner to those present for a period of over 10 minutes.
According to the London based weekly, Laha, the association decided to take drastic measures against Tamer to make him an example to other singers who do not treat their audiences in the proper manner. On his part, Tamer denied assaulting a fan or even being rude to him, stressing that a singer cannot act in such a way to his fans who are the reason he is singing. He added that he always controls his emotions while performing even if some people begin to bother him.
Tamer added that he is willing to go through any interrogation because he believes he is innocent of all allegations. The singer stressed that the complaint against him is exaggerated and he did nothing wrong at the said concert.
On a different note, Tamer has received over 10 offers to write a collection of songs and compose them for a number of friends in the music industry. The collection is expected to be a huge surprise in the sense of meaning and new ideas.
Tamer had recently wrote songs for friends, one of which is for Egyptian singer Baha’ Sultan “Oum Ow’af” that witnessed significant success around the Arab world. The singer also wrote a number of songs romantic for singer/actress Bushra.