Egyptian artist Hassan Al-Raddad, husband of actress Amy Samir Ghanem, thanked the artist Hala Sidqi and the artist Mohamed Hamaki, after learning that they did not go to the wedding, which was attended by some members of the artistic community, due to the death of the late Samir Ghanem.
Hassan Al-Raddad published two pictures on his official page on the social networking site “Facebook”, thanking them through an emoji thank you sign.
The singer Mohamed Hamaki apologized for reviving the wedding ceremony that was held in the coastal city of El Gouna and was attended by a large number of movie stars, and the ceremony also aroused the dissatisfaction of some of the pioneers of social networking sites, especially as it was on the eve of the burial of the late Samir Ghanem.
Muhammad Hamaki decided to return his wage, which he had received in exchange for reviving the wedding.
And the artist Hisham Gamal announced the cancellation of the singer Mohamed Hamaki, in mourning for the artist Samir Ghanem, and Hisham said, “I knew now that my friend and my brother, the respected star Mohamed Hamaki, apologized for the joy that he was supposed to sing in Imarah and returned his money out of respect and sorrow for the legend Samir Ghanem, may God have mercy on him, thank you.” O Aseel, O Respected. ”
And the artist, Hala Sidqi, revealed that she participated in the funeral of the artist Samir Ghanem, although she came from Dubai to Egypt specifically to attend a wedding, noting that she apologized for attending the wedding, out of respect for the death of Samir Ghanem and the feelings of her friend, the artist Dalal Abdel Aziz, who did not miss an opportunity to perform the duty .
The appearance of a number of art stars at a wedding in El-Gouna, on Friday evening, sparked controversy on social media, after their participation in the funeral of artist Samir Ghanem to his final resting place on the same day.
And the actresses Yasmine Sabry, Nelly Karim and Yousra appeared, who caused controversy after singing with the artist Amr Diab on the song “Nour Al Ain” at the wedding ceremony.
The artist Samir Ghanem left our world last Thursday, and his funeral took place on Friday, from the Al-Moshir Mosque in the Fifth Settlement to his final resting place, and he was buried in the family cemeteries in Nasr City, and condolences were limited to cemeteries.