During his performance at the German University, the Egyptian artist Muhammad Munir was surprised by a man who went up on stage and took the microphone from Munir’s hands. Fearing the man, Munir gave him the microphone willingly and stayed aside away from the mysterious man, till security personals interfered and gave Munir the microphone back.
Munir finished the rest of his song “Al Shata” but was very tense while performing and then he pointed to his music group to stop playing. Afterwards he announced that he doesn’t want to get killed like the late Lebanese artist Suzan Tamim.
He said “that he did not do anything and that he would be dying free and for nothing”. The audiences did not know who he was talking about first, because he said “like Suzan” not including her last name. The fans started clapping for him when he said “dying for free”.
On the other hand, Munir is getting ready to film a new video clip for the song “Yunis Wa Azizah”, which is a song included in his upcoming album “Taaem Al Beout” (Homes Taste). The album hasn’t been launched in stores yet. The song is originally a poem by Abed Al Rahman Al Abnodi and it is taken from the famous Tunisian folklore.