The passage of rapper El Grande Toto at the big concerts in Rabat leaves no one indifferent. Following the comments he made during his rise on stage, the case is not failed to impose itself during the weekly press briefing of the government spokesman, Mustapha Baitas, after the Government Council.
In response to questions from journalists, Mustapha Baitas considered the behavior of the rapper “unacceptable”. He added that “the government categorically refuses the words of the singer who undermines public morality. He said he had exchanged with the Minister of Culture and Youth, Mehdi Bensaid, on this subject.
He stressed that “this speech can not be accepted in a public space and in an event that knows the presence of many Moroccan families,” while recalling the obligation to respect the rules of good conduct. The minister said that “measures will be taken to prevent such behavior from recurring. It should be recalled that El Grande Toto, whose real name is Taha Fahssi, was among the artists animating the OLM Souissi stage as part of the Great Concerts of Rabat, organized in partnership with the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communication.
In a press conference held on the sidelines of the concert, the young rapper frankly affirmed his consumption of Cannabis. “I smoke cannabis, and then? I get it easily. It is known in the world and we are famous for our grass. We must stop asking questions like that,” he said. A statement that is the subject of debate on social networks to arrive in parliament.