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The Egyptian artist, Sherif Mounir, criticized the clothes of his daughter, Asma, on the social media, in an interview with the “A Last Word” program, broadcast on the “ON” channel, and presented by the media, Lamis Al-Hadidi, yesterday evening.

He said that his relationship with social media was catastrophic, and that at first he was responding to criticism and attacking him, but after a while he stopped responding…”Not as if I heard something.”

He pointed out that his daughter, Asma Sharif Mounir, knows very well what she does on these means, pointing out that he opposes her in some of the clothes that she appears on social media, and blames her for that, adding: “I also blame her for writing the details of her personal life on the social media.” ».

At the same time, Mounir praised the awareness that his daughter is performing on social media for her followers, explaining: “She is interested in morals, human development, the shape of people and equality between them.”

As for the rest of his children, Mounir indicated that they are currently in their teens, and he discusses with them many things, but sometimes he is a dictator in decision-making, such as staying up late in certain places, or others, stressing that he refuses to let his children stay up late. Places that have “drinking, and are considered for adults only,” and he is keen not to go to these places, according to Al-Watan newspaper.

Sherif Mounir talked about his absence for a long time from the artwork, explaining that the works that were presented to him were not suitable for him and he remained without work for three years for this reason, stressing that the strong works that he presented at times were receiving some of the less powerful offers and therefore he rejected them. Commenting: “It got to the point that Ahmed Rizk was asking me if you would stop acting.”


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