This is a Lebanese meme done by twitter user @RachaMneimne and, even though I said I wouldn’t blog about the whole thing again, I think this is way too spot-on to be passed on.
Racha has also had the following to say, as a reply to Nemr’s 30 minute rant in which he declared Myriam Klink and other like hers as being “whores” who couldn’t take criticism but can take other things easily, “full pun intended.”
Hey Nemr Why So Angry? “Have a Sense of Humor, For The Love of God!”
As a sum-up, here’s what Lebanon has been busy with for the past few days.
- Myriam Klink’s performance of her song “3antar” surfaced. (Check it here)
- Nemr Abou Nassar noticed the video and made a big deal of it. Twitter drama with Klink ensued. Everyone started making fun of her as well. (Check it here).
- Nemr Abou Nassar went on his radio show and had a full-blown rant about the state of the music industry. I’ve seen many people call it EPIC. I see it as everything but. (Check it here).
Finally, thank you Racha for telling it like it is.
For those who were shocked by him joining the salafist protest….
No idea how he’ll inspire “romance” in the masses now. Yup, he simply won’t.
Until the next time, GO LEBANON.
Everyone of us knows at least ten people like this:
Have a blessed lent everyone!
Legend has it that Lebanese people are very hospitable. I hereby declare the legend a fact.
Just spend a rainy day in and you know this is the only thing people talk about – until the storm blows through. Then another one comes and the talk starts again.
Who needs meteorologists when you have Lebanese friends?
This is a quick description of what to expect today from different parts of the Lebanese population…
This actually happened at the Lebanese University: no electricity and the power generator broke. Lucky students, I guess. You know the average on this exam turned out to be really high.