Latifa Raafat turns to the electronic police after attempts to hack her accounts

Last night, Wednesday, Moroccan singer Latifa Raafat announced an attempted hack of her official pages on social media platforms, prompting her to turn to authorities concerned about cybercrime.

The actress Latifa Raafat revealed, through her official account on the social network “Instagram”, that she filed a complaint with the Electronic Police Department to put an end to some of the actions that she described as “immoral”.

Raafat sent a message to those who want to steal their private electronic accounts, in which he said that he does not need social networks to communicate with his audience, because the march of more than thirty years has made love between her and his audience on the ground, on stage, and in the months of the festival, and on television and the airwaves, the radio stations of the Arab world, as was the case in the era of authentic and refined art in which it was born.

He continued his speech, explaining that his presence today on various electronic platforms is only for the purpose of sharing his news and artistic programs with his fans.

A wonderful owner, “Mghiyara”, concluded her blog by revealing that all her accounts are monitored by the electronic police to prevent the spread of nonsense and immoral things in her name.

From time to time, Latifa Raafat is willing to share moments of her artistic activities and her personal life with her family and her only daughter “Almas” with her fans, who follow her by millions through her accounts on photo sharing sites. and videos.

In another context, the skillful singer Latifa Raafat recently released a new video called “Covers”, in which she re-sang the song “Ya Al-Nassi” by the late artist Ibrahim Al-Alami, which dates back to the 1990s. . of the last century, with a new distribution under the supervision of Master Rashid Mohamed On.

Along with his tribute at one of the demonstrations in Agadir, he also released a new song titled “Min Whenta”, from the words of Samir Al-Majari and composed by Rachid Mohamed Ali.