Bilal Wahib (22) is happy that the Public Prosecution Service will not prosecute him. In a response to the news, the singer says he is relieved.
“I have learned a lot from this period and can say with certainty that I have become a lot more mature”
“It was an uncertain time and I am happy that it is finally over. I have learned a lot from this period and can say with certainty that I have become a lot more mature,” says Bilal. “I look to the future with a positive view, where I will focus on my passions: music and acting. I hope with all my heart that the boy is doing well.”
The Public Prosecution Service announced on Friday that it would dismiss the case against Wahib. In March of this year, the singer was discredited because of a joke that got out of hand during a live session on Instagram. He also asked an underage boy to show his genitals in exchange for money. Although according to the Public Prosecution Service there is a criminal offense, the Amsterdammer will not be prosecuted.
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