It seems that artistic festivals and demonstrations have begun to expose hidden conflicts and differences between celebrities, as they have become clear to their audiences through their statements and positions.
It seemed clear, through the statements made by many celebrities, that there were conflicts that broke out between Moroccan artists, and their echo reached the public through the festivals in which they participated, the most recent of which was a dispute between the artist Sahar Al-Siddiqi and an influencer and designer who criticized her appearance on the red carpet of the International Film Festival in Marrakesh.
A war of words broke out between Al-Siddiqi and the designer, as a result of his position on her appearance, and their dispute reached the point of exchanging accusations and mocking each other, which led to harsh criticism from the public.
In turn, the controversial actor, Rafik Boubacar, expressed his position on Moroccan influencers, through his statement about his opinion on their exclusion from the Marrakesh Festival, where it became clear how disturbed he was by this group, and by its intrusion into a field far from its interests.
A group of those interested in artistic affairs considered that the public is not concerned with the artists’ conflicts, and that their actions and disagreements negatively affect their career, their image and their reputation with their fans, calling on them to focus on their productions instead of delving into “labyrinths” that harm them.