Ghada Abdel Razek under 'fake' Twitter fire for her 'real' Tattoos
Egyptian actress Ghada Abdel Razek is under fire for what she wrote on her personal account on Twitter: "For those who keep on asking what my Tattoo says: it displays the word of God in English and Arabic”. What seemed like good intentions to lay the matter to rest subsequently sparked a Twitter furor!
According to “Dunia Al Watan” website, the criticism and outright bashing flooded in within minutes of the post-- deemed to be sacreligious by an easily fuming community. Tweeps lashed out, accusing the actress of insulting God.
Ghada, flabbergasted by the commotion, expressed indignation at the, she felt, non-warranted attacks, remarking that everybody knew that she had two tattoos: one displays “Faith” in English, on her left arm, and the other in Arabic on her right arm reads “Azima” (Determination).
No smoke without fire?
However, she then surprised some with a more interesting revelation, something some of us didn't already know, what's more...She confirmed in the twist to the whole Twitter-palaver, that she didn't even have a Twitter account and that someone was hijacking her identity and Tweet-speaking on her behalf. She actress, used to courting controversy, was less than impressed that somebody's cheeky impersonation had landed her in hot water, this time.
It's hard to know what bothered the feisty Egyptian more - that the fans had fallen for a Twitter imposter, or that they didn't already know what her Tattoos said.
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