Samira Abdel Aziz on the crisis of Muhammad Ramadan: I am the “mother of the great”, it is difficult to be the “mother of a thug”

In a new comment about her recent crisis with the artist Mohamed Ramadan, because of her refusal to play the role of his mother in one of the series, the Egyptian artist Samira Abdel Aziz said that before the role was offered to her, the audience called her “Mother of the Great”, because she played the role of the mother of 5 imams, and the role of The mother of Umm Kulthum and Muhammad Abdel Wahab, and when she read the script of the series, she found that she would be the mother of a thug carrying a knife throughout the events of the series.

Abdel Aziz added, to the program “The women do not know how to lie”, that she refused to perform this role, and that as an artist she has the right to accept the role or reject it, “After that, I met Muhammad Ramadan, a writer of insults to me on the social media. Muhammad Ramadan, while he was attacking me, because I refused to play the role of his mother.”

And about Muhammad Ramadan’s insult to her, the senator explained that he wrote on his page phrases that reduce them, “I said he is free in his opinion and I am free in my opinion, I did not say his word and did not open the issue with him, but thank God the people are the ones who defended me,” explaining that Muhammad Ramadan did not contact her at all, and his writing was on social media only, "I was upset and silent, and as an artist I have 100% right to refuse any work."

And the senator continued, that her refusal to embody the role of Muhammad Ramadan’s mother in the series is supposed to not bother him.

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