Yasmine Sabri Heavily Criticized for Her Statements About Coronavirus Patients

Yasmine Sabri Heavily Criticized for Her Statements About Coronavirus Patients

Egyptian actress Yasmine Sabri has participated in the 4th edition of Gouna Film Festival held in Gouna, Egypt.

During an interview on the red carpet, Yasmine was asked by a reporter how does she deal with Coronavirus and whether she’s scared of it.

She answered: “No no no, I’m not obsessed with fear. I go on with my life.”

Sabri added: “Isn’t there a possibility that we were infected with the virus and now it’s gone?!”

“It’s common sense, it’s going to infect the whole world.”

So far, Yasmine was doing fine in the interview, until she concluded her speech with a bombshell statement, saying:

“Who takes it, takes it, and who moves on, moves, and survival is for the strongest.”

The audience was shocked to hear Yasmine’s statement about those who are battling Coronavirus, and considered it to be a form of mockery of Coronavirus victims and the people who are in a difficult health situation.

Some of the followers’ comments were: “You don’t know how to act and you don’t know how to speak, why are you even famous?”, “What is she talking about? what is this survival for the strongest, are we in a jungle?”, “I advise you to attend character building and how to speak in interviews training sessions.”

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