After his arrest, Abdallah Al Shahani supposedly apologized for his actions, saying that his actions were unplanned and without any malicious intent. Please accept my apology.' Some users didn't take the "dabbing" lightly at all and thought his behaviour was "provocative" and "unacceptable".
Rabeh Sager, another Saudi singer, previously dabbed during his performances.
A poster published on Aug 6 on the official Twitter page of the country's National Committee for Narcotics Control shows that dabbing is not allowed.
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The committee issued a public notice about the ban on Twitter.
Shaharani's arrest has gone viral, causing a worldwide social media storm debating on whether he should face punishment or not.
Shahani does have a huge following on social media for a conservative nation like Saudi.
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And so many more really unofficial laws that you can not break. As reported by the BBC, dabbing is banned throughout the country because the authorities believe it explicitly references drug use. "Thank you to the security forces".
But some defended the dab. When next will you be in Saudi Arabia? Those that were defending the artist said it was a "spontaneous" move and "he wasn't aware of the meaning".
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Abdullah al-Shahrani, a singer and actor, pulled the move on stage at a concert in Taif before an all-male audience.