Hours after Jordanian artist Adam Nabulsi announced the news of his dream of retiring from singing and ending his life with the approval of Almighty God, artist Maya Diab described the loss of art. He tweeted: “There is no ban on art. It is haram for you to be there, raising a hashtag, no ban on art.”
Maya responded with Adam Napulsi’s idea of retiring, rejecting the idea of losing art, and his followers, while others attacked him.
Adam Nabulsi’s retirement from singing came in a video he aired, in which he said in a text: “I wanted to make the video. I want to tell you and me the happy news. I want to say that each of us has dreams and goals. He strives to achieve, but when you reach them, Do you ask yourself what you will do when you reach them? “
He added: “The main purpose of life is to please God. As he said in his book, I created you only to worship jinns and humans.
He concluded: “The goal I seek is to please the Lord of the worlds, and praise God, I have retired from singing, thank you for your support.”
Adam Nabulsi’s last song “Kaeef” was released last March and received over 60 million views. After that, Adam disappeared from the media or tweeted about art through his official pages.
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