If you are looking for some of the best Egyptian tik tokers, you have come to the right place. The video clips from Egypt’s famous tik tokers will make your day. They are fun to watch and often feature the mother of the TikToker. The videos are entertaining and funny.
If you’re looking for Egyptian famous tik tokers, look no further than Ziad Salem. This talented young musician first posted his first video on TikTok in early 2020 and has gained a following of over two million viewers. He’s the grandson of legendary Egyptian singer Lotus Abdel-Karim and originally posted on YouTube, but he eventually shut it down when he didn’t receive enough views. In the meantime, he’s become a big star thanks to his Singing on the Stairs videos, where he sings a popular song on the stairs.
In April, Egyptian police arrested three people for making videos about food prices, a trend that caused widespread controversy on social media. The prosecution ordered each man to serve 15 days in jail and transferred them to Abu Zaabal prison in Cairo. Ziad Salem’s videos and articles about high food prices have gained worldwide attention, but the case is far from over.
Egyptian authorities have a rightful history of arbitrary arresting people based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. LGBT people are often arrested for “debauchery” and “insulting public morality.” They are also subjected to torture, such as forced anal exams, which amount to torture. The government also has a relentless campaign to entrap and track LGBT people using social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter.
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Besides being arrested, female social media influencers have also been targeted by the authorities. Haneen Hosam and Mawada al-Adham were arrested in April 2020 and fined $22,766 under the country’s 2010 human trafficking law.
TikTok is a video-sharing app that has become a popular medium for young Egyptians. This Chinese-based app has led to the rise of local names on the platform. Egyptian-born Hassan Piso is one such local name who has gained popularity on the platform by creating original content for the platform. Hassan Piso studied foreign trade and business administration and has experience in the video-sharing business.
In June 2018, Hossam gained over 900,000 followers on TikTok. The popular video sharing app allows users to post videos of themselves lip-syncing and interacting with female fans on the platform. The Egyptian entrepreneur later invited his female fans to join his Likee account, which allows him to broadcast live videos. However, in July 2020, the Cairo Economic Court convicted Hossam and his friend Mawada al-Adham and sentenced them to two years in jail. The pair were accused of violating Egyptian principles and family values.
The tik tokers also faced legal proceedings. Several of them were charged with human trafficking. However, Hossam and Adham have both denied these allegations. They were accused of using girls in acts contrary to Egyptian social norms and for material gain. Local media outlets and social media sites reported that the tik tokers had advertised their videos on social media platforms and allegedly offered money in exchange for followers.
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