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Sherine's tearful photos backfire on social media

 
Egyptian pop-star Sherine Abdel-Wahab posted two tearful photos on social media, asking for her fans’ support and that she doesn’t feel safe – Few hours later and after hundreds of criticism comments and tweets, Sherine removed the posts, with no explanation to fans why they were posted.

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Egyptian comedian Hesham Mansour on Facebook said that he was going to mock Sherine for her tearful photos but he stopped for a moment and said to himself that it might be a real difficult situation, and she needed support from anyone. He explained in a comedian way what could be Sherine’s situation that brought her to post her tearful photos to millions on the internet and ask for their help, he wondered, how can helpless people on the internet help Sherine? He continued that it seems that Sherine is under a huge pressure. We love you Sherine.
https://www.facebook.com/hesham.mansour/posts/10156113085740297?pnref=story

Voka said “What have we done to see awful photos?

Eslam said “So Shrine was crying and taking selfies as well, awesome!”


https://www.facebook.com/mirna.elhelbawi/posts/10153532452230907?pnref=story
Will Sherine keep losing face online? Most celebrities allover the world tend to hire PR and Social Media people to take care of their brands offline/online. Because every single post matters, it can strength your position/image or destroy you at some point.

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3 Comments

  1. Excuse me… “unprofessional”?!!
    It’s her own personal account, and she can post whatever she wants. The fact that most ppl in this society are insensitive and mocked her too much does not make a valid point for such arrogant article.

    1. Hi Salma,
      Let’s first begin with the fact, “celebrities’ accounts aren’t personal accounts”, they represent their brands and should be treated carefully.
      We’re sorry if you got that feeling about the article, it wasn’t meant to give that wrong impression. Regarding your concern, we’ve revisited the article and yes “unprofessional” is misplaced. “edited”
      Once again, we extend our apologies for any wrong impression may occurred.
      Thanks a lot.

      1. Thanks a lot for your reply and for accepting criticism. May be we could agree that celebrities’ accounts represents their brands. Definitely. But celebrities around the world use social media in very different and creative ways to get more connected with their fans. One of the ways I always appreciate from non Arab celebrities is how they never fail to show vulnerability. Thanks again.

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