The Egyptian artist, Mohamed Ramadan, angered and provoked many of his fans, in his first response to the issuance of a ruling obliging him to pay 6 million pounds as compensation for the dismissed pilot Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr.
Muhammad Ramadan is spreading money
Muhammad Ramadan posted a video on his official account on “Instagram”, during which he appeared relaxing in the swimming pool. He is surrounded by many bundles of dollars, and he scatters them everywhere.
Muhammad Ramadan did not attach the video to any comment, which the audience considered a mockery of the ruling issued against him. And it is a message addressed to the pilot Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr, that money is not meant.
As it was stated in the comments of the audience: “I mean, if the money that you throw and distribute it to the poor and needy of the Arab and Islamic nation, it is not better than the style in the videos like this .. Take care of their feelings.”
The public warns Mohamed Ramadan
And another commented: “No, you have provided her with two meals, three. Some Prime Time Zone cannot eat while throwing dollars !!” You know, sir, that you have a lot of money, our Lord, to increase you violently and violently. But there are Prime Time Zone other than you who are not right to leave the rarity, the least thing that takes into account their feelings is left to be smeared like that.
Another warned him about the demise of grace due to lack of appreciation, and wrote: “You will occupy us, pamper de money. Any words, you want to understand me, that it does not matter with you. A blessing and wandering from the face of the one who does not respect the grace of our Lord passes away, I remained a strong conceited, sufficient provocation remained unbearable. You are lying to us, you will die of rage and give money to your teacher. ”
The pilot wins the case
On Wednesday, the Cairo Economic Court had ordered Muhammad Ramadan to pay an estimated sum of six million Egyptian pounds ($ 400,000) to the pilot Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr. For the material and physical damage he sustained as a result of publishing a photo while on board an aircraft he was flying without his knowledge.
According to the lawsuit filed by pilot Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr, Muhammad Ramadan used his image to promote himself by publishing a video clip for his new song, “You don’t search at the airport.” This led to the heavy financial and moral damage to the pilot.
Last July, the Misdemeanor Court in Egypt sentenced Muhammad Ramadan to one year in prison and fined him 20,000 Egyptian pounds ($ 1253) and a bail of 10,000 Egyptian pounds ($ 630). In the case of insulting and slandering pilot Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr.
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