Parliament calls for ban on French Rapport concert
Tuesday, April 4, 2023 – 8:18 pm
MP Naima Al-Fatawi, on behalf of the Justice and Development Group, wrote to the Minister of Youth, Culture and Communications, Mohamed El-Mahdi Bensaid, regarding the organization of a concert by the famous French rapper “Buba” in Morocco, after insults he issued against Moroccan women.
Parliamentarian Al-Fatahawi said in a written question addressed to Bensaid that the announcement of a concert organized by the famous French rapper in the indoor hall of the Mohammed V complex in the city of Casablanca next June sparked a lot of discussion on Moroccan social media. , adding that “thousands of Moroccan women activists have expressed their anger.” Al-Shadid organized a concert for the latter in Al Bayda, saying that in one of his songs he insulted Moroccan women, calling her a whore.
The same spokeswoman followed up with her question that the aforementioned artist is “notorious for causing controversy on numerous occasions and the Instagram website suspended his account following a court ruling in Marseille in 2022 following a sexual harassment complaint.” . Respect for Moroccan women and the preservation of their dignity.
The Hespress newspaper tried to contact the Ministry of Culture to get an answer on the subject of the parliamentary question “Al-Bijidi”, which caused controversy on social networks, but received no answer.
In the past few days, a social media boycott campaign has been staged on social media platforms in the form of famous French rap artist “Bubba” following the announcement that he will be resurrecting a concert in Al Bayda, which caused a wide outcry. a wave of anger among activists who expressed their disapproval of his reception after he made offensive words against the women of Morocco.
The French rapper enjoys wide popularity and a large audience in Morocco, as he previously appeared in front of his Moroccan fans during the sixteenth session of the International Mawazine Festival in 2017, and the ceremony was marked by record attendance.