Yasmine Sabri knows how respond to shade.
Yesterday, a picture of an elderly woman sitting on a sidewalk in Cairo, Egypt went viral on social media.
The woman was in a terrible situation as she sat on the street selling lupine in a bucket while it was raining.
Social media users felt compassionate for the woman and started heavily circulating her picture under the hashtag #RainLady #سيدة_المطر in an attempt to find and help her.
What you can't believe is that some people tried to troll Egyptian actress Yasmine Sabri using the story by comparing her pictures with the Rain Lady.
Fortunately, Yasmine took this comparison as an opportunity to look at the bright side of the story, and to actually reach out to the woman in need and help her.
Luckily Sabri was successful in finding her, as she tweeted the happy news along with a picture of the Rain Lady, whose name is Hajja Nemat Abdel Hamid.
She began her tweet saying: "I always try to see the positive side of every misunderstanding."
انا دائماً بحاول اشوف الجزء الايجابي في كل سوء تفاهم— Yasmine Sabri (@yasminesabri) November 20, 2020
انا سعيدة اني اتعرفت علي الحاجه نعمات عبد الحميد #سيدة_المطر من السوشيال ميديا
وتواصلت مع الحاجه نعمات والحاج علي زوجها. ويشرفني اني البي كل طلبات الحاجه نعمات اسرتها.
كل حاجة وحشة بيطلع منها حاجة حلوة ❤️ pic.twitter.com/xQLFumvKTa
Yasmine continued: "I am happy that I got to know Hajja Nemat Abdel Hamid #RainLady from social media."
"I contacted Hajja Nemat and her husband Hajj Ali. I am honored to fulfill all the requests of Hajja Nemat and her family," ending her statement: "Beauty can be born even from the oddest things."
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