The young singer sang at a US Arizona concert and became famous in 2013 with her supporting songs for Saudi women's driving.
Saudi activists called on social networking sites to extract Saudi nationality from Rotana Trabazuni, saying that their origins were Turkish, and others referred to their Lebanese origins.
Trabazuni is a young Saudi woman born in Dhahran, according to the IRM news agency.
She received her education in Saudi Arabia and worked for a while with Aramco, before choosing to live in Los Angeles and practice singing.
Tarabzouni also participated in a representative experience in which she starred in the short film "Bint al-Mataraba", which takes place in Riyadh in the late 1980s.
Trabzoni said in a television interview on the BBC that she was proud of being Saudi, but she did not deny her rebellion against the social reality, for which she had left to live in the United States.