I'm a celebrity, get me out of here! Ghada Abdel Razek hates her life
Actress Ghada Abdel Razaq's life is never short of drama (literally)! She's spent the past few months in serious dispute with her show's Director, Mohammad Sami, and now she's taken to Instagram to tell the world about just how miserable she is.
The troubled star posted a picture on Instagram of her crying, with the caption: "I am sorry, I can't talk. My psychological wellbeing isn't good at the moment; so please forgive me. It's so hard to discover that the people closest to you are traitors, even though you were the first person to stand by them and help them. They tried to destroy my spirit, and I don't know what else. They succeeded at one thing: they made me sick of this world. I'm sorry to have bothered you, but I felt that you were upset at how I've been feeling, so I had to say something. Goodnight. I apologize once again.”
Fans were torn to see their idol feeling devastated, and believe that actor Tariq Lutfi is the one to blame. Lutfi recently denied Ghada's allegations against Director Mohammad Sami, who she accused of drug-taking while on set of her new show and of insulting her in front of its cast.
According to Al Muheet website, Tariq said: “Sami didn't do drugs while on set, this is not a nice thing to say. I personally didn't see it happening. He's a decent man who treats everyone with respect, and I never heard him being rude with to any of the cast members. I wish I could work with him again.”
He added: “The disagreements which took place between Ghada and him happen a lot in our line of business, especially with the amount of pressure the team was under.”
Tariq continued with his comments, causing great embarrassment to his co-star and leading actress of the show: “Problems exist in show business. However, I'll admit that the problems associated with “Hikayet Hayat” (The Story of Hayat) were a lot. The pressure was doubled for everyone and affected the general filming atmosphere.”
Perhaps somebody should refer Ghada to a real psychiatrist's clinic?
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