Lebanese Singer Elissa Resorted to the Playback Voice in a Live Concert Eastern Algeria
Poeple who attended the concert of the Lebanese singer Elissa, found that she defrauded them and betrayed everyone after getting more than 10.00.000 Algerian Dinars, and after the authorities which organized the event spent much more than that sum, given that the rental technology platform alone cost 50.00.00 Dinars, not to mention the hotel,security and administrative measures and other organizational procedures and allocation of the officials of Annaba and their staff for this ceremony, as fanswere suprised during the forth song "Abali", because Elissa was fooling them because a sudden stop of the microphone because of damage that hit the technical team and the voice network.
The news were promoted before the start of the concert in media, which reported that Elissa will not sing live on stage and that her romantic voice will not ring on the platform of Colonel Chabou stadium, just as she did in her last concert in Tunisia.
It was confirmed that the microphone stopped by the song "Abali" continued over the loudspeakers in a normal fashion and that Elissa was not singing at all, but was only moving her lips after she worked hard to reconcile the movement of her lips with that of her body with the rythm and words, as the song "Abali" continued to the end, despite the cessation of the microphone.
Elissa tried to fraud on public when she said; "Sorry there is a technical problem because the voice technicians are not professional".
In fact this was an obvious play, especially for journalists, who have been placed in the first ro, in order to monitor all abuses, violations and shotcomings, as fans were aware of Elissa's game because the vast majority of fans did not interact with her attempt to appologise because they felt that it was a feathered scenario.
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