Books- Mustafa Hamza:
The artist, Mohamed Ramadan, announced today, Thursday, June 3, that there was a decision to seize his money, in a video that he presented on his pages on social media, and the irony here is that this decision comes after the controversial artist released the clip of the song “Versace Baby”, which included the following words: “In The bank asks where did you get this from, do not put a machine on them with a machine, a lot of paper, bring your stapler and stapler.”
The artist, Mohamed Ramadan, caused a sensation in the last period, especially after a court ruling was issued to fine him 6 million pounds in favor of the late pilot Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr, as he published a video on his pages on the communication sites, while he carelessly throws the money into the swimming pool.
With the uproar caused by the video, the journalist Amr Adib, through his program “Al-Hekaya”, criticized the artist, Mohamed Ramadan, and said, “People do not find money, and you throw it away, even if it’s fake. What you think of Musa came Pharaoh.”
With the escalation of the dispute, which reached the point that Adeeb filed a lawsuit against him, the artist, Mohamed Ramadan, said during his appearance on the dmc evening program, that the video that sparked the controversy was an idea that one of the Indian directors presented to him.
And the past days witnessed news rumors that there was a financial dispute with the Moroccan artist Saad Lamjarred, and the clip of the song “Insay” was deleted from YouTube, at Lamjarred’s request, due to Mohamed Ramadan’s failure to pay his financial dues for the viewership rates that reached 200 million, and Ramadan denied And just because there are no differences between them.
The artist, Mohamed Ramadan, is considered the most controversial because of his frequent appearances inside a private plane, as well as next to his fleet of luxury cars.
The artist, Mohamed Ramadan, announced through a video that he posted on his pages on the communication sites about the details of his latest crises, and said that he received this morning a phone call from a bank employee to inform him that his money had been seized, stressing that he and his money belong to his country and the people of his country.
He added that “the people, the peasants, and the Upper Egyptians may not put them in the bank as much as they leave in their homes…it is hidden.”