Facebook fraud alert: Hani Salama vows to sue
Hani looks us in the eyes and tell us the truth: he's not on Facebook.
While other celebrities are fighting to show that they are truly the ones behind tweets in their name, Hani Salama is on a mission to prove that he isn’t.
The Egyptian actor said that he doesn’t have any personal or official pages on any of the social network sites, assuring that all accounts present under his name are fraudulent and not connected to him in any way. He doesn’t know who is coming up with the lies posted on the sites or who is their source.
Media beware because, according to the Middle East news portal Elaph, Hani has decided to sue any source that publishes fabricated rumors about him on his behalf. He is outraged at the countless lies that have been recently published about him, the last being that he has hired two bodyguards to accompany him while filming the scenes for his new television drama "Al Da'eieh" (The Missionary) and that his new film "Al Rahib" (The Priest) has been stopped due to a lawsuit against it.
He stressed that all the rumors are false, and he is currently filming the scenes for the drama "Al Da'eieh" with "Al Rahib" soon to follow.
Now the question is why doesn't Hani just get his own accounts and solve the problem? What are your thoughts?