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A source reveals the punishment of Omar Kamal after insulting Hani Shaker

A source reveals the punishment of Omar Kamal after insulting Hani Shaker

Sources within the Egyptian Syndicate of Musical Professions said that the penalty for singer Omar Kamal for his accusation of insulting the artist Hani Shaker, will not be the warning as it happened the previous time when he was arrested and accused at the time of insulting Egypt, and the penalty will not be written off because he is not a working member of the union.

The union had decided earlier to stop Omar Kamal from singing as an administrative order until he is investigated when he returns to Cairo, after he appeared in a video in which he spoke immorally about the artist Hani Shaker, the captain of the musical professions and members of the union’s board of directors, according to what the newspaper “Al-Watan” reported. Egyptian.

The source said that Omar Kamal was warned twice before; The first was when he uttered obscene words in a private party, and then he was investigated and explained that the videos are old, and that some are fighting him after his success, and the second time was after the party crisis in which he replaced one of the words of the girl’s neighbor’s song.

The source stressed that the punishment this time will not be the warning as it happened before; The Syndicate’s law directs blame at first, then warning, and then suspension until it reaches the last stage, which is the deletion, pointing out that the deletion will not be a penalty for Kamal because he is not a working member of the Syndicate of Musical Professions, and that the Kamal and Shakoush category is withdrawn from them only permits and not disqualification.

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