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A tweet published by the Kuwaiti media, Fajr Al-Saeed, sparked widespread controversy on the communication sites, and was considered offensive to the Emirati artist Hussein Al Jasmi.

This came after a comment published by Fajr Al-Saeed on Hussein Al Jasmi’s completion of recording a national “song” for Kuwait entitled “Ya Light of the Earth.”

Fajr Al-Saeed wrote sarcastically to Hussein Al Jasmi: “Oh God, I have entrusted you with Kuwait and its Prime Time Zone.”

It seems that Fajr Al-Saeed refers sarcastically to the association of the name of the artist Hussein Al Jasmi to misfortunes and disasters, as the pioneers of the communication sites call him “the face of badness” – as they put it.

Broad controversy

The comment of “Al-Saeed” sparked a debate among followers on Twitter.

Emirati singer Hassan Sajwani blamed Fajr Al-Saeed: “A shame, my sister, Fajr.”

And she tweeted, saying: “I fell early … this is not an informational level … all the love for # Hussein_Body.”

Another wrote: “I am afraid of my body and the achievements of my body are more than yours.”

An Emirati tweet used pictures from previous quarrels between the representatives of the Kuwaiti National Assembly, to respond to the Kuwaiti media, writing: “On the basis of Kuwait, there is nothing right.”

Another tweet refused to mock “Al-Jasmi”, and said that “the artist is affected by your mockery, underestimation and absurdity, he has feelings and feelings that are not inanimate !!”.

Not the first time!

Fajr Al-Saeed mocked the Emirati artist, Hussein Al Jasmi, after he was involved in every issue and catastrophe that occurs in the Arab world, as an icon of evil and a “fall of evil”, for every Arab region he sings for, so the disaster struck it.

Al-Saeed wrote a series of tweets on “Twitter” monitored by “Watan”, and began by saying: “Tell the artist # Hussein_ Al-Jassmi, let the block read me the responses to his tweet in love with # Lebanon.”

And she continued to mock her with another tweet, saying: “The unanimous one who swears by # Hussein Al-Jassmi says he removes the block from me and about my good friend Aisha Al-Ayoub. Take us blocks for unknown reasons.”

Al-Saeed published a news item from “Layalina” magazine about “Nahas” Hussein Al Jasmi. And commented sarcastically: “The artist # Hussein_jasmi, Newspaper # Layalina, writing about you, the topic that you #jinhsolhm block unforgettable and have a good, good night.”

The public mocked the dawn of Al-Saeed, and left her with the huge humanitarian disaster that befell Beirut, and her adherence to the nonsense of things, and accused her of being mentally ill.

“Bullying and sarcasm”

Artist Hussein Al Jasmi was exposed to a campaign of bullying and ridicule, after activists linked through social media to the Beirut port explosion.

Al-Jasmi tweeted expressing his love for Lebanon after singing for her on the National Army Day marking the 75th anniversary of its founding and wrote: “I fall in love with Lebanon until the world is over.”

The dispute between Al Jasmi and Al Said

The difference between Al-Jasmi and Al-Saeed dates back to 2015. When Al-Saeed asked in a tweet to her on her account on “Twitter”, it was Al-Jasmi to sing for the Kuwaiti Minister of Finance, Anas Al-Saleh. Which is widely criticized in Kuwait.

And she said, “I wish the great artist Hussein Al Jasmi sings a song for the legendary Minister Anas Al-Saleh and does not insult his friend Bouabdallah deserving of a cup of the same song Let us be saved.”

Al-Jasmi removed it from his list of followers, to reply to him by saying: “The great artist Hussein Al-Jasmi Mawili Block Oh, what a horror”.

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