After his living conditions appeared to be declining, Egyptian artist Karim al-Husseini announced that he would transform his car into a small shop selling hot drinks to students to improve his income.
In one video, the young artist reveals he makes hot drinks in his car near an Egyptian university and sells them to students, and he lectures at the Faculty of Arts and Information.
Al-Husseini also said that the month of Ramadan was approaching and that there was no artwork available to enhance his income, let alone increase his resources, and to serve his students. By offering drinks at affordable prices.
He also stressed that working is not a shortcoming, especially when he offers drinks to students he likes and appreciates.
Born in 1984, Kareem al-Husseini began acting at an early age in The Mawlid, playing with adults, with Adel Imam in Shams al-Janati, al-Karraj with Nakla Bati, and Farooq al-Fishawi. And with Hon’ble Minister Ahmed Jackie.
He recently specializes in television drama and has appeared in dozens of series, the latest of which is “The One Who Doesn’t Want to Be Big”.
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