Egyptian singer Mohamed Hamaki asked a young man who wanted to take a picture with him, to wear a muzzle first, as reported by the Egyptian newspaper “Al-Watan”.
The newspaper added that the singer, Mohamed Hamaki, was giving a concert in one of the major hotels in Cairo, and he was surprised during his singing of a young man storming the stage to take a picture with him, but the security intercepted him and prevented him from approaching him, but Hamaki intervened and asked the young man to wear the “muzzle” to take the picture, saying, “ Wear a muzzle, and come and imagine.” Hamaki was also keen to wear the muzzle.
On the other hand, the Egyptian singer announced during the ceremony the date of the release of his next album, which he is currently working on, and confirmed that it will be released next July.
During the ceremony, Hamaki performed a new song from his upcoming album, entitled “Ya Naseem Habibi Nessem”, written and composed by Aziz Al-Shafei.
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