The dispute between Bader Al-Shuaibi and the makers of the play “Made in Kuwait” brings the issue of Layali Dahrab back to the forefront

A state of controversy is dominating social media after Bader Al-Shuaibi shared conversations and evidence between him and the makers of the play “Made in Kuwait” proving that his idea, which he worked on for two years, “the entertainment city,” which was supposed to be launched next year, was stolen.

The writer of the play “Made in Kuwait” denies the dispute between him and Bader Al-Shuaibi

In a voice message to ET Bil Arabi, Jassim Al Jalahma denied that he has a play called “The Entertainment City,” saying: “I did not declare that I have a play, nor did I state that I have a play that will be shown on Eid Al Fitr with this name.”

He continued: “There was a project two years ago called The Entertainment City, but it was postponed and there was no official agreement between me and the production company.”

Regarding a dispute between him and Bader Al-Shuaibi, he said: “There is no dispute between me and him. Bader is my friend and one of the people close to me, and I did not think he would mean any of these things to me.”

Jassim Al Jalahma

Jassim ended his message by saying: “After the great success of the play ‘Made in Kuwait’, the production company thought of making a work called ‘The Entertainment City’, as it was similar to the work we presented on Eid Al-Fitr. I told them ‘Okay’ but I had to get permission from Bader because the name had been suggested to me before.”

He continued: “I spoke to Bader Al-Shuaibi about the name and he told me I will be going on Eid and that’s it. We thought of another idea and we will be going on a new project, but until now he hasn’t sent the details, but there is a project with a different name for the upcoming Eid Al-Fitr, God willing.”

Bader Al-Shuaibi and the makers of the play Made in Kuwait disagree

The topic topped social media pages after Bader Al-Shuaibi shared conversations between him and the makers of the play “Made in Kuwait” proving that his idea, which he had worked on for two years under the name “Entertainment City,” had been stolen, as it was supposed to be shown next year.

Bader Al-Shuaibi and the makers of the play Made in Kuwait disagree

Bader Al-Shuaibi and the makers of the play Made in Kuwait disagree

The issue flared up after the makers of the play “Made in Kuwait” surprised everyone by using the same name and idea in the play “Kuwait Entertainment City for Eid Al-Fitr 2025,” which seemed like Bader was the one who stole the idea. Bader then shared snaps proving otherwise.

Bader Al-Shuaibi's brawl with the makers of the play Made in Kuwait

Bader Al-Shuaibi and the makers of the play Made in Kuwait disagree

Badr finally sent a message saying: “For 3 months I have been silent, respecting Bread, Salt and company.. and I spoke to them a million times and made my intentions clear with them.. but it was no use.. and I will not allow anyone to wrong me or my family and doubt my efforts and hard work.. I am a human being before I am an artist.. for 3 months I see injustice against me and I say I do not want it to reach this point.”

Bader Al-Shuaibi and the makers of the play Made in Kuwait disagree

The controversy of Layali Dahrab and the makers of the play Made in Kuwait is back in the spotlight

Of course… the topic brought up the issue of Layali Dahrab, especially after Bader’s comment, “You agreed to remove the star Layali.”

Nights of Dahrab

Layali had previously opened fire on the makers of the play “Made in Kuwait,” accusing those in charge of “betraying her during her illness.”

She explained in an interview with Dana Al Tuwarish on a podcast that she was performing 6 shows a day, and she felt tired one day and asked the officials to let her rest at home, but the surprise was “they hired a replacement actress for her.”

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