Rabat - Following the controversy created by the 2M documentary “H&H,” one of the participants publicly announced that the show was fabricated and that he was merely a paid actor.
Rabat – Following the controversy created by the 2M documentary “H&H,” one of the participants publicly announced that the show was fabricated and that he was merely a paid actor.
Nabil Ayouch, producer of the show, has denied the allegation in a communiqué published by Ali n’ Production.
One of the subjects of the documentary went public with his allegation that “H&H” paid him to act in the documentary. Producer, Nabil Ayouch, maintained in a communiqué that the documentary was shot professionally and authentically under “regular conditions.”
He announced that the participant’s denial of the show’s veracity came in response to public threats issued, after the broadcasting of the documentary on 2M.
Ayouch said that the participant and his father have both apologized to Alyane Production, which accepted the apology, noting that the participant had made a public a video apology.
The producer concluded his communiqué by pointing out that, over the years of television and film production, professionalism and adherence to the rules of work have not been disregarded, nor has non-adherence to professional guidelines been condoned.
He went on to add that the main objective of this documentary series, produced for Ali n’ Production, was to launch “a serious dialogue” within Moroccan society, incorporating all its components, on various controversial issues “in a quiet atmosphere, far from any polemics or provocation.”