Rami Ayash refuses to go to Palestine
Lebanese singer Rami Ayash has refused the idea of going to Palestine through Israel despite his strong belief that Arab singers should perform in Palestine so Palestinians can get the chance to see them.
Rami said during a press conference he held in Alexandria Egypt at the Alexandria Song Festival in its eighth round that the duet he sang with Egyptian singer Ahmad Adwieh was done by coincidence and not planned for and the filming of the clip took less than two weeks to complete.
According to the London based Elaph, Rami revealed that he considered Tamer Husni to be like a brother to him and thinks of him as one of Egypt’s best singers, which is why he does not believe that Tamer had insulted Egyptian superstar Amro Diab as was said in the press.
Rami stated that it is expected that he will release his upcoming album in the upcoming two weeks under the production company ‘Melody’.
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