Amir Fati writes Sunday, December 5, 2021 12:52 AM 12:52 AM – Egyptian artist Mohamed Hamaki suffered a head injury during a concert in Saudi Arabia on Friday. Saudi ArabiaOn the sidelines of the opening ceremony of the first edition of the Formula 1 Saudi Grand Prix
Social media users have spread a video clip of Hamaki being hit in the head by a smartphone thrown by a viewer.
Muhammad Hamaki then looks at the owner of the phone, pays him a vengeful glance, and then picks up the phone from the ground to return it to him.
Yesterday Friday, at a concert in Saudi Arabia next to the Jetta Corniche Circuit, Mohamed Hamaki performed his most popular songs, including “The Most Beautiful Day”, “Ahla Hoka Fiki”, “Yelseh”, “Ma Balash” and “Navya”. Les Belmoney “and” Ya Star “.
Hamaki was keen to present a number of songs at the festival, including “La Malama”, “Luhsip”, “Tech”, “Tala Mota”, “Continuous Show”, and “Salmoni” from his latest album “Ya Fatni”. ”And“ Mesh Cather. ” Forget it ”and“ they said it about you ”.
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