The Egyptian artist, Fifi Abdo, revealed the number of her marriages, and said that she “does not do anything forbidden, and whoever holds her hand marries him.”
Fifi Abdo confirmed during her hosting on the “Al-Sira” program, presented by the media, Wafaa Al-Kilani, and broadcast on the “DMC” channel, about her marriages: “I got married 5 times in my life, and all of them were my passports, except for the first passport that was legitimate, and I was young at the time and did not want to divorce me, and since then I said I must marry my husband so that the matter remains easy.”
And she added: “But when I left my daughters, I made the marriage legal, and the first time I succeeded I was 25 years old, and I can be married a lot because any six when they divorce and are not related to them, they tell rumors, and I used to love to cut a sweat, shed his blood and get married along.”
And she continued, “I have never done Farah before in all my marriages, but once I was filming a movie called Al-Satat and I said to Muhammad Jozy, come down on the stairs in a wedding, and I was left behind at the time, Hanadi my daughter.”
And about the fact that she was divorced because of Abdel Halim Hafez, the Egyptian artist said: “I rented a special apartment in Zamalek to sit with the artists because it was famous that many artists were sitting there, and once I was waiting for my husband in a cafeteria, and he had a meeting in the same place I am in. Abdel Halim Hafez and Shafiq Jalal entered the cafeteria, and his rival was high, and he said, “You must be a good dancer.”
And about the story of her love for an Indian person, she said: “I met him in London, and we went to India and agreed on the passport. One time, when he was in London, he said, ‘I am coming to Egypt tomorrow, and I cut myself off in our house because there are no helpers while I live on the fifth floor, so I rented a villa in Mohandessin.’” I went to answer him from the airport while I was going to the villa, I did not know where it was, and I brought the broker to take me to her, but I liked him.
Source: the seventh day