Bossi Shalaby narrates her suffering after the death of Mahmoud Abdel Aziz: One other than me drank drugs (video) | news


The media, Bossi Shalaby, recounted her suffering years after the death of her husband, the artist Mahmoud Abdel Aziz.

During her meeting with the MBC Trending program, Bossi Shalaby said, “I am at the moment of Mahmoud Abdel Aziz’s death. I left the world and my soul came out with him, and I did not feel the feelings of people in the world.

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Bossi added that whoever sees her on the red carpet in all her elegance thinks that she is happy, but on the contrary, she feels lonely when she returns home because she lives alone, adding, “I can go crazy and I will have no energy, so I threw myself into the bosom of work. There are people whose faith is weak, who resort to drugs and pills. Soothing, but my faith is strong and my character is strong.”

Bossi indicated that she feels good about what the artist Amy Samir Ghanem is going through, who has not been able to overcome the death of her parents so far and advised her to go to work like her.

On the other hand, Bossi Shalaby said that she prefers to be on the red carpet at festivals than to have her own program, as she sees herself distinguished in what she does, pointing out that she prefers the “Al-Hekaya” program presented by the media, Amr Adib.

Bossi Shalaby confirmed that she is not at all disturbed by the negative comments she receives from the public, noting that she no longer feels normal human feelings.

It is worth noting that the media, Bossi Shalaby, was criticized recently after her meeting with the heroes of the movie “Yish”, which won the El Gouna Film Festival award.

Since during the meeting and in the presence of the heroes, Shalaby expressed her opinion about the film, but she did not talk about its artistry or its controversy in the past few days, or about receiving the Critics’ Prize from the Cannes International Film Festival, but rather about the fate of the heroes that changed after the film was shown. The audience echoed it on social media platforms, “I say Omar changed the fate of people in this movie and opened a door to livelihood for a family from Minya, who could not reach the place where we are.” The movie is superior to them.

Some also described that sentence as carrying racist meanings and described its owner as arrogance and unprofessionalism, and the artists launched an attack on it through their personal accounts on social media platforms, including those who mentioned personal situations to him with Bossi Shalaby.

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