An Egyptian lawyer filed a complaint against Mohamed Ramadan, after he published a video clip that included obscene and explicit pornographic terms.
Sabri said that “a group of mercenaries and unemployed people appeared on the musical scene in order to pollute it and promote obscenity, bullying, drugs and sexual harassment, in addition to many crimes.”
And Sabri added, in statements to Al-Arabiya: “Then the situation developed, to what is more dangerous and horrific, after the songs contained many words and sexual insinuations.” Hani Shaker issued an irreversible decision to stop and prevent the singing of a group of these people. Finally, a decision was issued to stop Muhammad Ramadan from performing concerts or singing altogether.
He pointed out that “although this decision was issued very late, it is better than not being issued.”
He stressed that “there is a purposeful campaign of obscenity aimed at polluting Egypt’s reputation and its lofty artistic civilization and spreading dust and pollution on this ancient artistic civilization.”
And he continued, “Finally, the whistleblower broadcasts a song against him through a video clip that contains explicit words without explicitly concealing her filth.”
Sabri concluded his statement, requesting an order to investigate the incident, the subject of the communication, and to refer the named / Mohamed Ramadan to the urgent criminal trial, according to the same source.