Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum blasted Princess Haya on Instagram in a furious poem, after reports revealed she had fled to escape his abuse.
Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum blasted his wife in an angry poem on Instagram as rumours of her escaping his abuse to Germany with her children began to circulate.
Multiple reports are being investigated that Princess Haya has fled the Emirates and sought asylum.
In an Instagram post, al-Maktoum, known for his poetry, wrote a furious poem titled “You Live And Die”, thought to be an attempt to condemn the princess for leaving him.
“Some mistakes are known as betrayal, and you have trangressed and betrayed”, the poem begins.
“You traitor, you betrayed the most precious trust, you exposed your games and nature,” he adds in the piece.
The royal then continues to accuse his wife of lying, suggesting the claim was backed by evidence.
“You no longer have a place within me, go to who has kept you occupied ”, he wrote, ending with “I do not care whether you live or die”.
While the subject behind the poem was not disclosed by al-Maktoum, the tone suggests it was addressed to a woman who had betrayed him.
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