Posted on: Saturday, July 18, 2020 – 9:31 PM | Last update: Saturday, July 18, 2020 – 9:31 PM
Al-Adl wrote in a tweet on Twitter: “A woman who called herself an artist came out to us to undermine the value and stature of the great and the great professor Abd Al-Rahman Abu Zahra … The truth is I do not know her and I do not want her name to be mentioned. Together, a great person is art, manners and talent.
The artist’s comment came after Abu Zahras recent statements raised that he suffers from severe depression and feels alienated in the artistic scene, because the directors did not use him in new artwork.
He said in media statements: “All the directors who were in Egypt were not born when I was a star and were subjected to a large neglect of them. I was a comedian who did not know why my guest was a guest of honor and I celebrated last March 60 years since my professional career.”
He continued: “I am the type who would never die, I adore theater, television and radio, and I have a long experience. I was raised in a genius period among a number of geniuses in various art magazines, but now I do not see creators and geniuses.”
A woman who called herself an artist came out to us to undermine the value and stature of the great and the great professor Abd Al-Rahman Abu Zahra .. The truth is I do not know her and I do not want to mention her name – I think her statement wants fame – but I bear witness that the great artist and we have worked together a great person of art and creation and talent.
— MedhatELAdl (@ELAdlMedhat) July 18, 2020