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The truth about the "always used to" crisis between Adel Imam and Muhammad Ramadan... Video

The truth about the “always used to” crisis between Adel Imam and Muhammad Ramadan… Video

The Egyptian producer, Essam Imam, the brother of the great actor, Adel Imam, resolved the controversy over a crisis between the leader and the artist, Mohamed Ramadan.

Imam said in statements to Al-Watan newspaper that the leader is not angry, as some have repeated on the social media, because the matter is not new to him, and his famous phrases and statements are often used in more than one way in the art world..

“We are all one artistic family, and therefore there are no final problems,” he added.

What the tweeters and bloggers described as the crisis between the actor Adel Imam and the artist Mohamed Ramadan topped social networking sites, after the latter released his new song, “Recurring”, accompanied by the Algerian singer Solking..

Ramadan used in the clip one of the most famous songs of the leader, which he chanted on stage in Shahid Mashfesh Hajja, where the song began with the voice of Adel Imam and his famous phrase in the play “Ma’taouda always”.

Some of them considered this an infringement on the intellectual property rights of the leader and his famous works, while some underestimated the size of the crisis, especially since Adel Imam is one of the most famous stars of art and his ivies are always reused..

And the song “Mutauda”, which was published at the beginning of 2022, achieved more than one million and 900,000 views on YouTube.

The song began with the sentence of the artist Saeed Tarabik, who embodies the character of the prosecutor in the play “Shahid Mashfesh Hajja”, and he says: “The six cares are used to working nights out at home.”

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