The iconic music duo Daft Punk that was formed in 1993 by school friends Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo announced their split on Monday through a video called “Epilogue’.

The announcement came as a shock for many music enthusiasts across the globe who expressed their disappointment on social media.

Several Arab stars also took to social media to lament the loss of the EDM duo.

Part-Tunisian model, singer, and actress Sonia Ben Ammar took to her Instagram to honor the artists and said that the band played a pivotal role in her life, reports

“You don’t even know how much of an impact they’ve had on my life,” wrote the 22-year-old, alongside a broken heart emoji.

Part-Palestinian model Bella Hadid decided to pay tribute to the duo in the form of a meme.

She took to her Instagram stories to share a photo of “Parasite” director Bong Joon-ho making his Oscar awards kiss. “Me trying to get Daft Punk back together,” she captioned the post along with broken heart emoji.

Dubai-based Lebanese influencer Karen Wazen posted a video of herself cruising down Sheikh Zayed Road listening to Daft Punk’s 2013 hit “Instant Crush.”

“Forever your big fan,” she captioned the video.

French-Algerian dancer-turned-actress shared a graphic the group set to their song “Rollin’ & Scratchin’” and captioned it with the prayer hands emoji, reports

Daft Punk went through many ups and downs in its nearly three-decade career and released its first album ‘Discovery’ in 2001. They also went on winning six Grammy awards.