Iranian refugee-turned-pop star on how she escaped Tehran’s brutal ‘gangster regime’
EXCLUSIVE: Shab fled an Iran that was high on the Islamic Revolution when she was barely eight-years-old. She sought a normal life of freedom. Instead, she found success as a global star.
How does a child sense that their country is unsafe? For Iranian-born Shabnam Kamoii, 44, — known as Shab — the first signs were at school. “It felt like 90 percent of the teachers there were out to get you,” she told Express.co.uk.
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