We do not want Saad Lamjarred in Egypt

Many social media pioneers in Egypt, especially on the Twitter platform, demanded yesterday, Wednesday, to prevent Moroccan artist Saad Lamjarred from being in Egypt, and launched a campaign under the hashtag: “We do not want Saad Lamjarred in Egypt.”

This came after it was announced that he was hosted on a television program in Egypt, which “provoked” the followers who expressed their refusal to receive a “rapist” in Egypt, as they put it.

Moroccan singer Saad Lamjarred is facing accusations in more than one case of rape and harassment, which sparked demands via Twitter to refuse to receive him and expel him.

It is noteworthy that Saad Lamjarred has released his latest songs, “You are my life”, on YouTube, in which he cooperates with the Kalima team, and is presented as a video clip, and the song has achieved more than 15 million views.

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