The Egyptian folklore singer Saed Al Saghir just finished filming a video clip for his new song “Owa Hada Yezael Mama” (Make Sure No One Upset Mom) under the Egyptian director Kamba.
The budget for making the video clip reached 100,000 Egyptian pounds. Saed Had brought his four year-old daughter with him to the set. His daughter became jealous as he talked and laughed with the cast and crew.
When he pointed to his assistant and asked his daughter, “Should I marry her?” His daughter simply said, “No,” and quickly pulled him away.
As soon as Saed finished filming the clip he traveled to Jordan to host three concerts. However, he turned down an offer to participate in the first season of the “Jordan Festival” first season. Saed said that he declined after he heard that the company planning the festival previously worked with an Israeli company.
Saed also said that his father was a fighter in the October 6th war and it is impossible for him to take part in a festival that agrees with the “normalization of relations with Israel.”
Saed announced that he will visit Morocco for his next performance.