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Hit commercial song jabs Israelis (almost) everywhere it hurts

Sept. 1, 2018 5:02 P.M. (Updated: Sept. 2, 2018 10:49 A.M.)
BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- An Israeli commercial song has gone viral for the pat two months as the song criticizes living conditions in Israel.

The Calcalist said that the commercial for Israeli satellite television provider Yes has gone viral in Israel, topping the country's radio playlists and turning its star, 20-year-old Stephane Legar, from an Instagram and YouTube sensation into a household name

"Legar, a soldier in the Israeli military, was born in to parents from Togo who met while working at the Nigerian embassy in the country. While he also found success as a singer over the past two years, with several songs under his belt, he is a dancer first and foremost and has made his first foray into the Israeli music industry dancing for others."

The commercial song was titled "comme ci comme a," as Legar sings in French and Hebrew about topics Israelis frequently complain about.

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