He was concerned about his mother and said she was keen to make him wear new clothes at the feast, pointing out that the man remains a child until his mother dies and becomes old even if he is young.
A number of media personalities accused Mohamed Abdel Wahab of stealing the melodies, while he did not hide it, including the Egyptian journalist Mohammed al-Tabi and Mu'man al-Muhammadi, who says that Abdel Wahab may not have heard the original Charles Ray tune, but stole it from a young composer named Ahmed Ali.
He went to the musician of the generations and threatened to expose the matter.
What Abdel Wahab did was to give him "fifty pounds" in exchange for silence forever.
In 1966, Laila Rustom held a dialogue with the artist Mohamed Abdel Wahab on Lebanon Television. During the interview, I asked him about the accusations against him. He said: "According to the standard set by the Association of Musicians to estimate thefts, I did this in my beginnings, especially in "Ya Ward Min Yichtreek", which I took from Beethoven and "Aheb Eycht Elhoria," which I took from Russian folklore. Did I have to quote those denominations?
Iraqi musician Mounir Bashir said in a radio interview that Abdel Wahab did not steal the tunes but quoted them, pointing out that the original composer of the song was composed with different musical instruments and concluded by saying: "We can say that Abdel Wahab transferred music to people who are ahead of us."
Mohammed Abdul Wahab married at the beginning of his life to a woman who was a quarter century taller, Zubaydah al-Hakim, who was very jealous of him and threatened to kill him if he betrayed her. She was said to have contributed to the production of his first film, "The White Rose".
In 1944, Mohammed Abdul Wahab married his second wife, Iqbal, and gave birth to five sons, Ahmed, Mohammed, Asmat, Effat and Aisha.
Their marriage lasted 17 years and was divorced in 1957.
His third and final marriage was from Nahla al-Qudsi, When she read the article, he was very impressed and went to his friend Ahmed Rami. He asked him to write a song that begins with "Han El Wad". When Nahla heard it, she agreed to return. mechanism.
Mohamed Abdel Wahab died on the evening of May 4, 1991, following a stroke of his brain as a result of a severe fall on the floor of his house after his sudden slide from the carpets of the floor.
His funeral was celebrated on 5 May, according to the decision of former President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak.