Watch.. Egyptian media documenting the last appearance of the late artist Samir Sabry
The Egyptian media, Mona Iraqi, sparked a great case of controversy on social networking sites, after publishing a video clip of her with the late artist Samir Sabry, while he was at the Marriott Hotel, where he died last Friday.
And the media, Mona Iraqi, published on her official account on “Facebook”, a video clip, in which she appeared with the late artist while he was wearing heavy clothes, as she began to sing his famous song “Sweet Al Dunya Sukkar”, and asked him to share it, but he refused her request and said “No”, asking her Not taking pictures by saying: "I don't want to imagine, Mona."
Mona Iraqi commented on the video clip, saying: "I was the last person to meet the artist Samir Sabry, but he did not see the world sugar... for your soul, peace... the sugar of the sweet world, the sugar of the world, sugar... God bless you."
This clip aroused the discontent and anger of many of the pioneers of the communication sites, as some considered it a violation of privacy, and in which there was disrespect for the late artist, who did not want to be photographed, as one of the accounts said: “Ok, as long as I did not want to imagine, Mona, you did not download the video, its look was tired and not Happy,” and another added: “I mean, the man does not want to imagine, you download the video after he dies, and God is a shame.”
Samir Sabry's last moments pic.twitter.com/aqBl5hvxkA
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