An Egyptian child raises controversy by owning a car priced at 3 million pounds

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The child Samer Al-Madani, known as the child of festivals songs, stirred up controversy in Egypt after his appearance sitting on a luxury car, whose price is about 3 million Egyptian pounds.

An Egyptian child raises controversy by owning a car priced at 3 million pounds

The boy, Samer Al-Madani, appeared in the photo, which he posted on his Facebook page, sitting on a Range Rover 2021 car with a price of nearly 3 million pounds, as the photo was widely shared among young people in Egypt.

The controversy came about this child owning this luxurious car as a festivals singer, where the comments of the child’s followers on the photo varied, where one of them said: “Do the street work and occupy the festival, if you look at a respectable person who works as an employee or a doctor .. or .. you will meet them. Reprehensible as they are. “

An Egyptian child raises controversy by owning a car priced at 3 million pounds

The child appeared in the car that he confirmed that he owned while promoting one of his songs, where he said: “There is no congratulations nor, uh, on Range Rover, and are ready … the Devil Festival (Yalla We are rigid, by God).” Then he posted another picture after the song was released on YouTube.

Source: RT





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