A famous Lebanese artist's business manager was killed in a shooting incident in Beirut
The Lebanese artist, Wadih Al-Sheikh, expressed his great sadness over the death of his manager, Bilal Dagher, following a quarrel that took place inside the nightclub owned by the latter in the Sodeco area in Beirut.
The Sheikh told Al-Jadeed channel website that he is currently unable to speak, saying: “My voice is not visible.” He added: “My great tragedy for me, I lost more than one person.”
And a number of websites reported that a quarrel occurred between a nightclub worker and one of the watchers, so the latter called a man who came and hit the worker, and it was obvious that the watchers would rush outside, including Bilal, who asked for his car from the car park worker.
According to the circulating news, Bilal had a conversation with the man who hit the worker and the matter developed into a fist fight, so the latter rushed to shoot Bilal's car, who took the initiative and hit the victim with two bullets, the first in his waist and the second in the thigh, along with five separate bullets in his body, and he died instantly.
The perpetrator fled the scene and it was found that one of those with him in the car was also injured.
It comes in conjunction with the presence of Bilal's wife in the hospital, preparing to give birth, and she did not know yet that her life partner had passed away.
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