Kuwaiti singer Shams ignored criticism from Kuwaiti anchor Mai Aleidan over her dancing and went further to dance on a private jet, as she took her first trip after lifting the ban on flights in UAE where she resides, after the long lockdown witnessed in many countries around the world due to Coronavirus pandemic.
Followers said that Shams wanted to respond to previous criticism of Mai Aleidan, who attacked her dance and also questioned Shams’s nationality, and said that Kuwaitis do not accept her.
This time, Shams celebrated her first travel trip by dancing to her songs in a private jet, as she shared the videos on Snapchat.
She pointed out that she is the happiest person in the world at that moment, adding that she cannot stay in any country for more than one week, but Coronavirus crisis forced her to stay in the UAE for about 4 months.
Shams indirectly responded to Mai’s previous attacks, saying: “I will turn off my cell phone in the first trip after Coronavirus … I don’t want sorrow, I want a trip … And whoever has something to say, do not say it and spare me your words.”