The famous Algerian artist, Cheb Faudel, revealed that Algerian artists face many problems from their countrymen, because of their relationship with Morocco and also because of their stability and the continuation of their artistic career there.
During the symposium he organized on the occasion of his release of the song “Thank You,” which he directed to King Mohammed VI, young Faudel stressed that he did not issue the work to create strife and problems between him and the Algerian people, but rather it was a message to the king of the country and the privileges he provided him.
Faudel confirmed that, as an Algerian artist, he received a good welcome from Moroccans and received great attention from his family, noting that he is far from political differences, adding: “I came to Morocco with Hadi for 10 years. My wife is Moroccan, my children are Moroccan, and I have Moroccan nationality and identification card.”
The same spokesman explained that social media activists are sowing discord between artists and the public with their comments, and continued, saying: “Morocco is famous for its sponsorship and inclusion of people of diverse nationalities.”
It is noteworthy that the young man Faudel released his new artistic work last Tuesday entitled “Thank You”, a song that he dedicated to King Mohammed VI, saying that the work comes from the heart and is a gift to the king of the country and to the Moroccan people.