The Egyptian artist Mohamed Ramadan re-published a video, about the embodiment of Abdel Halim Hafez, in one of the Egyptian films and mocking him.
Ramadan re-posted a video clip that one of his followers cut from the movie “Samir, Shahir and Bahir.” We hear whoever came out to defend Abdel Halim. ”
And the account that Ramadan re-posted on his official account on the “Twitter” site continued: “I mean, Abdel Halim has no value. This shows that the attack intended by Muhammad Ramadan only and not out of love for Ismail Yassin.”
And the pioneers of social media considered that Ramadan’s re-publication of this satirical clip from singer Abdel Halim Hafez is a continuation of his insulting series of artistic symbols.
It is noteworthy that during the events of the 12th episode of the series Musa, the late artist Ismail Yassin appeared during one of the scenes, which was embodied by the young artist, Abd al-Rahman Abu Layla.
During the scene, Ismail Yassin appeared being mocked by Musa, who is embodied by the artist Mohamed Ramadan, as he seemed to be greedy, out of his purchase of some products, with a desire to avoid paying their value.
Source: Today’s News