Cyrine vs Sulafa: Abdelnour and Mimar go head to head in latest rumors drama
Cyrine Abdelnour is so fly that she’s no time to answer the rude comments made about her by Syrian actress Sulafa Mimar!
In a recent interview, Sulafa said the only “good” work Cyrine presented in her career was the TV drama series “Ruby.” We can see why Cyrine would feel insulted by this. But why didn’t she lash out at Sulafa?
According to Sayidaty.net, Cyrine said that she refuses to take the time out to answer any remarks made about her by Sulafa. The Lebanese actress said: “I’ve nothing to say to Sulafa other than good luck! I leave my professional evaluation to the critics, directors and producers I’ve worked with. For now, all that matters to me is focusing on my upcoming TV drama.” Snap!
The classy starlet thanked those who spoke kindly of her, and said that she leaves any bad remarks for her loyal fans to answer to. “I’m not accused of a crime for me to defend myself. The awards I’ve received for my work speak for themselves,” she remarked.
According to Sayidaty.net, the new TV drama Cyrine will be working on is “Habibaty Ela Al Abad” (My Beloved for Eternity), alongside Syrian actor Maksim Khalil and Egyptian singer Khaled Selim. The 90-episode drama will be filmed in Egypt.
In addition, the starlet is currently filming her new reality TV show, which sheds light on a number of humanitarian activities, such as visiting poverty-ridden areas and refugee camps.
Mademoiselle Cyrine is clearly following in the good footsteps of Angeline Jolie, who’s famous for her tremendous humanitarian efforts worldwide.
According to Elaph news, the good Samaritan will be travelling to Nepal, Turkey and a number of African countries to shed light on the suffering of the less-fortunate, in addition to giving them much-needed aid.
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