An Egyptian pop star was recently jailed for performing in an erotic pop music video in her undies and eating a banana suggestively.
If this isn’t a sign of things to come for the West, I don’t know what is.
Shyma’s video for the song ‘I have issues’ caused immediate outrage in the highly socially conservative country. Since President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi came to power in 2014, authorities have used wide-ranging morality laws to clamp down on freedom of expression.
“I didn’t imagine all this would happen and that I would be subjected to such a strong attack from everyone, as a young singer… who has dreamt from a young age of being a singer,” Shyma wrote in a now-deleted Facebook post. Egypt’s musicians union subsequently banned Shyma from performing, reports Gulf News Egypt.
“The content of the video clip is harmful to the Egyptian society,” MP Jalal Awara said at the time of the video’s release, as cited by Gulf News Egypt. “There must be a firm stance against promoters of this substandard art.”
The young singer, whose real name is Shaimaa Ahmed, was arrested on November 18, Reuters reports. Her trial in The Misdemeanour Court in Cairo began on November 28 where she pleaded not guilty to charges of “inciting debauchery and producing a video that harms public morality.”
THOT STATUS: PATROLLED!
Although I have to admit, the singer is pretty hawt tbqh. The volume wasn’t on so I can’t vouch for her singing.
I am actually starting to see the appeal of the Islamization of the Western world. I’ll have to start apologizing to the normies I called cucks.
Today, one Egyptian pop star… tomorrow, Beyonce and Ariana Grande’s lifeless corpses being dragged from the back of the same Toyota pickup truck.
It brings to mind Ariana Grande’s stunning, brave, vibrant, breathtaking tribute in the wake of the Manchester bombing. The one where she described “riding dick bicycles” to countless underage girls.
Draconian punishments for these pop sluts certainly doesn’t represent a judicial system that we deserve, but I am hard-pressed to argue that it is not one that we will see (in France, Germany, and Britain, anyway) in our lifetimes.
The RT article also notes that “Ten Egyptians were arrested in September for attending a concert in Cairo at which the rainbow flag, a symbol for the international LGBTQ community, was raised.”
With those kinds of punishments, nobody who attends an American soccer game would be safe, much less a degenerate pop concert!