Haifa wins case against Rula
The managing office of Lebanese singer Haifa Wahbi has released a press release stating that the Lebanese judicial system has made its verdict in the case between Haifa and Lebanese singer Rula Saed over the rights of a song the latter had bought from Haifa’s former business manager. The verdict was in Haifa’s favor and the judge Beirut’s main court stated that Rula is forbidden from performing the song in question in any manner.
Rula on her part filed an appeal to the ruling, but her appeal was denied. Haifa’s former business manager Hamada Ismael had sold the song “Ayh Dah Ayh Dah Al Sawt Dah Jai Minain” (What is this where is this noise coming from) to Rula Saed as a revenge against Haifa for not renewing her contract with him after it ended.
On a different note, Haifa has completed recording a new song titled “Yala Ma’ Ba’d” (Come on Together), which will be released as a single during the upcoming Muslim holiday Eid El Fitr.
The new song is written by Mohamamd Atef, composed by Mohammad Yahia and distributed by Ahmad Ibrahim. Haifa plans on filming the song in the form of a music video, in addition to including it in her upcoming album once she completes it.