10 pictures of ex-Moroccan Jalila Habiba Tamer Hosni after his separation...

Moroccan fashion designer announced Basma Bousil Through her official account on the photo and video exchange site “Instagram”, her separation from the artist Tamer Hosni, which sparked a great controversy among their followers.
Everyone was surprised by the separation Tamer Hosny About his wife despite the fact that they lived a life full of friendship, according to their statements when appearing in various media.

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But what is remarkable about this is that the Moroccan blogger is Jalila, Tamer Hosni’s ex-girlfriend Raised A great controversy on social media, after Basma Bousil announced the news of her separation from him, and Jalila published stories through her official Instagram account, and she seemed very happy and danced on the song “Bashara Khair” by the star Hussein Al Jasmi.

And the Moroccan blogger attacked Jalila Basma Bousil before through an indirect video clip, saying: “I have an emotional message from your husband,” to which Basma replies with a romantic picture that she brings with Tamer Hosni.

Jalila is considered one of the Arab celebrities, who often raises controversy due to her striking and bold looks, and we review a group of photos that reveal Jalila Moroccan.

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