Saber El-Rebai: prefers Tunisian women to Lebanese!
Saber El-Rebai's taste in women is Tunisian and not Lebanese, the super-star reveals in an interview, making his love life is less pan-Arab than his music. His musical numbers might flirt with many Arab coutries, but in his personal life, he prefers to keep it strictly Tunisian.
The Tunisian internationally celebrated singer Saber El Rebai denies rumors of a relationship with a Lebanese woman, according to an interview in "Sada al Bilad". Not before ingratiating himself with his Lebanese fans, did he say that he preferred to keep it all Tunisian when it comes to affairs of the heart. He stressed that he respected Lebanese women, especially, he expounded, for their virtues as model housewives, who as well as being responsible and self-respecting, managed to care for their appearance. What's more, he gushed, they are 'modern and funny'.
However, being Tunisian, he prefers to commit to someone from his own country. Saber admitted that he is currently in a relationship with a Tunisian woman. He did have any inside details of any big-day announcements to share just yet, and confided that he usually leaves it up to God in such matters of fate as marriage.
Meantime, the star has just finished filming a video clip for his new song, "Ya Asal" (Oh honey), which was directed by Fadi Haddad. The clip has a modern frivolous edge to it, mixing spring with romance, in contrast to his last clip which was a bit on the sombre side, addressing more serious, social issues.
According to "Al Muheet" website, the video clip was supposed to be directed initially by Said Al Marouk. This collaboration was not to be. Saber only had this detail to offer, "Directors present the artist with an idea for filming songs, then, at the end of the day it is up to the artist to choose what suits them best," suggesting that their visions did not agree on this occasion.
He mentioned that he likes Almarouk's artistic concepts and directing; however he opted for Haddad's idea this time. He also added that the cost of Al-Marouk's production was more suitable to his needs, assuring that nothing prohibits him from working with Haddad in the future.
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