Egyptian actress Samira Abdel Aziz announces that she was insulted by the Egyptian actor and singer Mohamed Ramadan, and the Captain of Actors Ashraf Zaki confirms that this situation will not go unnoticed.
Veteran actress Samira Abdel Aziz was subjected to a personal insult from actor Mohamed Ramadan, as he described her as “Shehata” in a message via her phone, so that the captain of the actors, Ashraf Zaki, quickly announced that this situation would not go unnoticed.
Veteran Egyptian actress Samira Abdel Aziz (cooperating with Mohamed Sobhi in his play: Stars of the Daher) turned into the talk of the artistic community in Cairo and the world of Arabs, after announcing the insult she suffered from the actor Mohamed Ramadan when she apologized for playing the role of his mother in one of his recent series, to be surprised by a message on Her mobile phone via “WhatsApp” from his phone, in which he says to her: Oh Shehata, I take 20 million and you take 20 thousand.
Samira commented by saying: I am free to accept or apologize for any role that is presented to me.. I have an artistic history and I want to preserve it, and the title has been given to me as the mother of the great, so how can I then embody the role of a single mother as a thug.
Abdel Aziz denied any intention then to file a lawsuit against him, and said, “I do not like problems and I forgive him for everything.”
As soon as Samira’s words about the insult spread, Captain Ashraf Zaki quickly said that “the Syndicate Council is in a state of complete dismay over what happened, which affects an Egyptian and Arab symbol.”
He added: “On behalf of the Syndicate Council, I apologize to the artist Samira, and we inform her that this situation will not go unnoticed.”
It is noteworthy that the violations and problems of the actor and singer Ramadan are no longer counted inside and outside the artistic community in Egypt and abroad.