The head of the Egyptian Syndicate of Musical Professions Mostafa Kamel revealed that singer Sherine Abdel-Wahab is beginning to recover from her recent crisis of health.
During a phone-in with TV host Amr Adib on his show “al-Hekaya” (The Story), on MBC Masr, Kamel said that “Sherine is in a state of recovery now, and Mimi Fouad, her business manager, is always the one who reassures me about her.”
“Mimi spoke with Sherine in a one-minute phone call, the whole minute she asked about me, and she asked to send me a congratulatory message, and I received from her the most precious bouquet of roses during the recent period.”
Kamel said “I thank her and I say to her, I pray that you recover well, and we will meet you with all roses.”
“I thank the singer Angham for her role in Abdel-Wahab’s crisis, because it contains her family greatly, and I also thank the actress Ghada Abdel-Razek, and many of the artists who support Sherine.”
Family speaks out
Sherine Abdel-Wahab’s family issued an official statement commenting on the singer’s recent health crisis.
The statement read: “Due to the Public Prosecution’s decision not to publish any news or statements in the current period, we ask journalists and media professionals to abide by this. We thank them for their interest and support for us.”
Abdel-Wahab’s lawyer retracted on the complaint he had filed against his client’s brother.
Yasser Kantoush, Abdel Wahab’s lawyer, said that when he filed a complaint against Sherine’s brother, he did not know the whole truth at the time.
Sherine in trouble
Kantoush acknowledged that a medical report belonging to Abdel Wahab confirmed her need to stay in hospital for treatment, while her brother confirmed that she was abusing drugs which prompted him to take her to hospital.
Kantoush said, in televised statements, that the hospital specialists explained that she needed a month for treatment, but she had the right to leave the hospital to be treated wherever she desired.
The lawyer added that some of her friends offered to send her outside Egypt for treatment.