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Jad Khalife: My video is flagrant but smashed the charts

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An actor of a flagrant film that triggered a social uproar and formal inquiries in Lebanon, gloated that he has established his footmark in the musical scene even though the video contravene all ethical values.

Jad Khalife starred in the “Goal” music video with model Miryam Klink.

He asserted to ET program saying the “nonsensical” video, which shot him to stardom: “Does not represent me, my family, society, and environment, reprimanding the media for promoting and emboldening fake arts while overlooking authentic ones.

He carried on: “I’ve produced 25 songs during 5 years, none hit the chart, whereas “Goal,” and in no time, smashed it, and I became a celebrity” claiming that hyperbolic slatternly songs pull on the media.

“I’ve cemented my footmark in the musical scene and Arab press, and force to the world to listen to Jad Khallife’s previous song. I have compelled media to write about me.”

The video, which employs sexual innuendos, has elicited tumult and formal investigations with the duo and the production team.