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Cyrine Abdel Nour refuses to bully Haifa Wehbe

Lebanese artist Cyrine Abdel Nour rejected the phenomenon of bullying against her compatriot Haifa Wehbe after the latter appeared on the red carpet of the 77th Cannes International Film Festival, and the audience stopped in front of some pictures that showed signs of aging under her eyes.
Cyrine Abdel Nour said, in her interview with the Arab Wood program: “But they only reach a quarter of Haifa’s beauty. I won’t say anything because they won’t know. They only reach a quarter of her beauty and then they talk. She is a beautiful, elegant and elegant woman, sweet at all times.”
Where the Lebanese artist Haifa Wehbe topped the trend immediately after her appearance on the red carpet for the special screening of the French film Le Comte de Monte-Cristo, directed by Alexandre de la Patilier and Mathieu Delaporte, which was shown in the out-of-competition section of the 77th session of the Cannes International Film Festival, and Haifa Wehbe was present on the carpet. The red light that preceded the film’s launch.
For the occasion, Haifa Wehbe chose a distinctive look, represented by a long black dress with a pink dropped shoulder, connected at the back by a large knot of the same color extending behind her like a long tail, to add a charming and eye-catching touch. The star coordinated her look with transparent black gloves and diamond jewelry.
On Wednesday, May 22, Haifa Wehbe launched a video challenge for her latest song, “Ya Nahla,” asking the audience to share the moments of their interaction with the new clip. It is the second challenge after Mai Ezz El-Din launched the challenge to imitate her scene with Mohamed Imam from the “Dalaa Al-Banat” series. The artist asked Haifa Wehbe through her account. On the official Instagram site, her fans shared moments from her new song “Ya Nahla” with funny videos in their own way, and asked them: “Will you participate in the challenge?”
The makers of the song “Ya Nahla”, from the words: “Mustafa Hassan, composed by Bilal Sorour, arrangement and musical interludes: Hani Rabie, mixing and mastering by Suleiman Damian, and photography by: Muhammad Youssef. Some of the lyrics of the song “Ya Nahla” say: “Oh Nahla… what if There was a washing machine and powder to clean the feelings… There are people who are like balm and honey to the heart, and there are those who are like the virus and poison.”

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