Catch me if you can: Ghada Abdel Razek vows to hunt down impersonator
Another day, another celeb impersonator roams our cyberspace. This time, they're targeting none other than controversial actress Ghada Abdel Razek.
As if she needs any more drama on her plate, Ghada was fuming after discovering a fake Twitter account in her name. The phony “Ghada” tweeted political and entertainment-related statements on behalf of the real star.
Laha Magazine reported Ghada as saying: “Those responsible for impersonating me have crossed the line, for they didn't stop at stealing the photos I post on my official Twitter account, but they went as far as making incorrect political statements on my behalf.”
Ghada added: “I will not let this matter pass, and I have decided to file an official complaint to prosecute those responsible of impersonating me and using my name in vain. I have also posted a message on the fake account and warned those responsible of the danger of what they are doing. I have kept silent for too long, but making false political statements on my behalf is where I draw the line. I will not stop until I discover the identity of those who created the false account.”
Ghada is one of many celebs falling victim to online piracy. In Sep, legendary Kuwaiti actress Hayat Al Fahad stressed that she intends on suing her FB and Twitter impersonators.
Also that month, Famous Egyptian comedian actor and Arabs Got Talent judge Ahmed Helmy was fed up with his internet impersonators and decided to take matters into his own hands.
Ahmed posted a pic of himself with a post-it note on his forehead, with his official Twitter account name (Ahmedhelmy1811) written on it.
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