Amr Mostafa, following Muhammad Ramadan: Egypt and its people do not need your money


The composer and singer Amr Mostafa criticized the artist, Mohamed Ramadan, after announcing the seizure of his money.

And Amr wrote, via Facebook: "I went through so many problems that had no value... In the program of the divination Ramadan, which passed Talaat and gave advice to Muhammad Ramadan that he benefits from my experience and nullifies problems, but unfortunately today I was surprised that he inserted the name of Egypt into his personal problems, by trying to turn the facts With a video about his personal problem with seizing his money, he changed his hints that Egypt and its people, if they need my money, please, I am ready.”

And he continued: "No, Ramadan, Egypt and its people do not need your money or anyone's money, with your permission, solve your personal problems without entering the name of my country in your crises, and the Egyptian public that you are addressing with a personal problem, this is a very conscious audience and belongs to Egypt first before Muhammad Ramadan or any other artist.

He added: "The first and last loyalty to Egypt, and I, as a person of the soft power that represents Egypt, is my duty to warn you against involving the name of my country in your crises, and my duty is to change my country and anyone who loves this country."

And the artist, Mohamed Ramadan, had posted a video clip on his official account on the Instagram website, in which he said that his money had been seized.

Ramadan added: "I, my money, my house, and the meat of my shoulders belong to my country and my people."

And he continued: "The people who are like my cases have not been put in the bank, they have not been left in their homes, hidden, and good morning, Egypt." Ramadan wrote a comment on the video: "I and my money belong to my country and the people of my country, O God, there is no objection."

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