Foreign celebrities who became rich in a short period of time.. Isn’t this washing?

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“Al-Moaqel”: A large part of them provide baseless, valueless, and moral content

Attorney Dr. Bakr Faleh said that some famous people on social media become rich in a very short time, and this may put them under the heading of “getting rich for no reason, and money laundering” in some cases.

He explained to the program Ya Hala on Rotana Khaleejia that “the celebrity profession – according to his description – needs a system issued to control all the actions of celebrities, like any other profession.”

He added, “Now we find some celebrities who have a type of enrichment without reason, as we find some of them within months or a year owning palaces, luxury cars and yachts, and one of them owns what other merchants who have been working in the country for 30 years do not have!”

He continued: “Here is enrichment for no reason, so he should search and scrutinize how to obtain it. With commercial cover-up, what makes this case and the violation generate a money laundering case for us, as this famous person will collect a large amount of money while he is a foreigner.”

He wondered: “How will he enter his name if someone conceals it, then begins to collect money through advertisements, etc., and becomes rich?” He added: “When you tell me your budget is 10 million and you are a foreigner! Isn’t this money laundering? Where did you get this from?”.

He continued: “The original, if there was a real system, and there is a committee that disciplines or punishes these celebrities for their actions and violations, we did not find such behaviors and behaviors that are not related to us.”

The lawyer, Dr. Bakr Al-Falah said: “(Celebrities) has become a profession, and a system must be established for it to control it, and those who violate it, like any other profession, must be held accountable.”

In turn, the journalist Jamal Al-Muaiqil commented, “I said it and I repeat it, and I repeat it a million times: a large part of some celebrities present content that has no bottom, values, or morals, and it contains a large amount of shame!” (Video)

Lawyer: Foreign celebrities have become rich in a short period of time… Is this not money laundering?

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Attorney Dr. Bakr Faleh said that some famous people on social media become rich in a very short time, and this may put them under the heading of “getting rich for no reason, and money laundering” in some cases.

He explained to the program Ya Hala on Rotana Khaleejia that “the celebrity profession – according to his description – needs a system issued to control all the actions of celebrities, like any other profession.”

He added, “Now we find some celebrities who have a type of enrichment without reason, as we find some of them within months or a year owning palaces, luxury cars and yachts, and one of them owns what other traders who have been working in the country for 30 years do not have!”

He continued: “Here is enrichment for no reason, so he should search and scrutinize how to obtain it. With commercial cover-up, what makes this case and the violation generate a money laundering case for us, as this famous person will collect a large amount of money while he is a foreigner.”

He wondered: “How will he enter his name if someone conceals it, then begins to collect money through advertisements, etc., and becomes rich?” He added: “When you tell me your budget is 10 million and you are a foreigner! Isn’t this money laundering? Where did you get this from?”.

He continued: “The original, if there was a real system, and there is a committee that disciplines or punishes these celebrities for their actions and violations, we did not find such behaviors and behaviors that are not related to us.”

The lawyer, Dr. Bakr Al-Falah said: “(Celebrities) has become a profession, and a system must be established for it to control it, and those who violate it, like any other profession, must be held accountable.”

In turn, the journalist Jamal Al-Muaiqil commented, “I said it and I repeat it, and I repeat it a million times: a large part of some celebrities present content that has no bottom, values, or morals, and it contains a large amount of shame!” (Video)

27 November 2021 – 22 Rabi’ al-Akhir 1443

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“Al-Moaqel”: A large part of them provide baseless, valueless, and moral content

Attorney Dr. Bakr Faleh said that some famous people on social media become rich in a very short time, and this may put them under the heading of “getting rich for no reason, and money laundering” in some cases.

He explained to the program Ya Hala on Rotana Khaleejia that “the celebrity profession – according to his description – needs a system issued to control all the actions of celebrities, like any other profession.”

He added, “Now we find some celebrities who have a type of enrichment without reason, as we find some of them within months or a year owning palaces, luxury cars and yachts, and one of them owns what other merchants who have been working in the country for 30 years do not have!”

He continued: “Here is enrichment for no reason, so he should search and scrutinize how to obtain it. With commercial cover-up, what makes this case and the violation generate a money laundering case for us, as this famous person will collect a large amount of money while he is a foreigner.”

He wondered: “How will he enter his name if someone conceals it, then begins to collect money through advertisements, etc., and becomes rich?” He added: “When you tell me your budget is 10 million and you are a foreigner! Isn’t this money laundering? Where did you get this from?”.

He continued: “The original, if there was a real system, and there is a committee that disciplines or punishes these celebrities for their actions and violations, we did not find such behaviors and behaviors that are not related to us.”

The lawyer, Dr. Bakr Al-Falah said: “(Celebrities) has become a profession, and a system must be established for it to control it, and those who violate it, like any other profession, must be held accountable.”

In turn, the journalist Jamal Al-Muaiqil commented, “I said it and I repeat it, and I repeat it a million times: a large part of some celebrities present content that has no bottom, values, or morals, and it contains a large amount of shame!” (Video)





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