It seems that the big drama between the successful singer
and his ex-fiancée
is completely far from the moment.
After the two called off the engagement and the storm that followed when Noam revealed that the reason for the separation was, among other things, the repeated betrayals of the singer and the shaky relationship with his mother, now comes another branching in the quarrel between the two.
Cohen recently released a new EP album that included three songs, one of which seems to be directed very much at the ex and bears the name "Until the Crescent Falls".
Those who listened to the song through Apple Music and were interested in the lyrics, noticed that between the rambling lines and the failed relationship between the two, including the line "I hate the crescent", a line that does not appear in the lyrics of the original song - "Sahar Bat Zona" was mixed in.
Sahar Noam reacts to the words inserted into Osher Cohen's song/screenshot, Instagram
The words, as mentioned, do not appear in the lyrics of the song released by the singer and he did not sing them, of course, so the question arose as to how the curse on the ex still managed to reach the words that appear in the application.
Ofer Menachem, Osher Cohen's public relations manager, said in response: "Apparently they hacked into Apple Music and changed the words there because these are certainly not the original words."
By the way, the line in question has since been deleted from the music app.
The strange incident did not go unnoticed by the ex who "got" to receive the curse.
She apparently didn't buy the explanations that came from the singer and in the story she uploaded to her Instagram page she responded with a bite: "Teach me too, maybe I'll change a few words too."
Celebs feed on rumours, dramas and empty carbs and are thankful for every day that has such storms.
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