date of publication:
05 Jul 2022 19:08 GMT
Update date: 05 Jul 2022 19:25 GMT
The security forces in Egypt began moving and examining the accounts that announced the “Batman Helwan” battle, scheduled for August 13, to reveal the identity of the advertisers, and whether it was true or not.
Source: Ahmed Bayoumi_Erm News
The security forces in Egypt began moving and examining the accounts that announced the “Batman Helwan” battle, scheduled for next August 13, to reveal the identity of the advertisers, and whether the matter was true or just “joking young people.”
The hashtag #Batman_Helwan topped the search engines on social media, due to a post written by a young man in which he declared that he is the real “Batman”, to be surprised by many of his followers declaring that each of them is the real “Batman”.
Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper quoted sources within the Ministry of Interior that the information technology sector in the ministry examined the pages 4 days ago, after monitoring them and monitoring the interaction on them, to find out and reach the identity and identity of the people behind the invitation, and whether this behavior was through “joking and clowning” or There are other reasons behind these calls, especially since the calls to gather in the battle of “Batman Helwan” witnessed a great interaction in the recent period.
The sources added that the story began with news circulating about a heated battle that would take place in the city of Helwan to decide who the real Batman was. A friend set a date for August 13 at 11 p.m. to meet in a decisive battle in the city of Helwan to determine the real “Batman.”
And she continued: “Thousands interacted with the alleged story, and launched a hashtag under the title (The Real Batman Battle), and a Facebook group with more than 20,000 members was launched, and they launched an invitation that garnered nearly 40,000 interested followers. A number of celebrities participated in the hashtag. The most prominent of them is the Egyptian artist Mohamed Henedy, as he published a picture of him with a mask (Batman), and the Egyptian artist, Sayed Ragab, participated in (the hashtag with a picture on which he commented (Teacher Saqr tells you that the real Batman has arrived).”
The artist Rania Youssef also participated in the trend “Batman Helwan”, where she wore the clothes of “Batman” and published it through her accounts on social networking sites, as well as the artist Ahmed Helmy.
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