“Controversy Surrounding Rahaf Al-Qahtani’s Use of Mic During MBC Interview”

Al-Marsad Newspaper: A video clip documented a dispute between the famous Snapchat Rahaf Al-Qahtani, and a broadcaster on MBC, about the use of the microphone during an interview with residents in the Kingdom, as part of one of the channel’s programs.

interview on air

The video showed the anchor standing next to Rahaf Al-Qahtani while they were talking to a resident, and Rahaf started the conversation by asking the resident about her country, and the latter replied: “From the Philippines.”

The video showed the announcer’s intervention while Rahaf was trying to complete her speech, as she was talking into the mic, turning her back to the camera, in a way that obscured the guest’s view, and the presenter tried to put the mic towards the guest.

against on the mic

During the video, Rahaf held on to the mic, and asked: “The mic is not working, turn on the mic for a test, a test.” The announcer replied: “I don’t know, what you need,” referring to Rahaf’s mike installation, and she does not need to speak in the mic intended for guests, and the mic she carries is sufficient. anchor.

condition from controversy

And Rahaf continued: “Give me the mic, give me that.” The announcer said, “This is for them.” Rahaf replied: “Ok, okay.” She directed the mic towards the lady and asked her: “I am happy with us in Saudi Arabia.” And you feel happy.” And she concluded: “Ten years.”

The clip sparked a state of controversy among the pioneers of social networking sites, and singers said that the presenter was jealous of Rahaf Al-Qahtani, while others said, that the presenter explains to Rahaf how to use the mic.
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2023-04-26 10:08:32
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