August 13, 2022 23:08 GMT
Updated Date: August 14, 2022 0:30 GMT
Egyptian lawyer Ayman Mahfouz has warned the Syndicate of Acting Industries in Egypt to remove Egyptian artist Edward from the syndicate’s charts over his new song “Fax”, the lawyer said.
Source: Ahmad Bayomi_ Erm News
Egyptian lawyer Ayman Mahfouz has warned the Syndicate of Acting Industries in Egypt to remove Egyptian artist Edward from the syndicate’s schedule because the lawyer believes his new song “Fax” promotes homosexuality.
Mahfooz said in his statement: After releasing a short clip of the song “Fax”, the actors’ syndicate, Ashraf Zaki, sent an official warning to counsel Ayman Mahfooz to expel Edward from the cast. Unusual words and entries,” he said.
The Egyptian lawyer pointed out: “What Edward did has no other purpose than to promote homosexuality, as if he is participating in the war against our culture and morals, especially from celebrities to spread evil and immorality among our youth.”
And he continued: “The clip, which Edward took ironically, calls for supporting the bad guys, as if they are part of our culture, to recognize forbidden and criminal activities. . 10 of 1961 against morals and 178 of the Penal Code punishable by 3 years in prison.”
At the end of his statement, Mahfouz called for “artist Edward to be investigated, appropriate punishment for the criminal acts he published in the above video, and ordered to suspend him from artistic and media work until the next session.” The investigation will be determined and the offending artist will be punished accordingly, amounting to removal from the Syndicate records. representatives and take the necessary legal action,” according to the Egyptian Prosecutor’s statement.
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