Meanwhile, in recent years, Hadid has become perhaps the most outspoken American celebrity in support of the Palestinian people. In an age of half-hearted virtue signaling, she’s looking to dig deeper into the issues — and her own experiences — with her background. This past winter, I was struck by an Instagram post in which Hadid highlighted the stigma that hijab-wearing women, like me, face every day. She specifically targeted a corner of the culture she knew well. “If we increasingly appreciate headscarves and headscarves in fashion,” she writes, “we must also acknowledge the cycle of abuse that Muslim women of all different ethnicities in the field. Fashion is frequently encountered in fashion houses, especially in Europe [and] Americas. At least, it’s not the kind of concern your traditional supermodel is posting.
If the Hadid we see in culture is an honest reflection of who she is in her private life, then Youssef cannot be like the character he plays on television. Ramy is really an easygoing, kind person. It takes almost no thought effort. On the day the couple met for a photo shoot with this story, he met Hadid at her New York apartment and together they went to the filming location, where he gave her permission to lead her. head in styling him in the photos. He made sure he introduced me properly to his then-fiancée, and now wife, who had come over to hang out. He was even so focused on continuing our conversation that he missed his scheduled flight out of town.
The Ramy you see on the screen is a famous jerk. Like, you can take off his shirt and put it in the rafters. TV Ramy is also on a spiritual journey, but his pursuit of inner peace has come at the expense of all those who love him. The show’s second season ends with Ramy cheating on his fiancée the night before they marry – to his cousin – a disaster that destroys the lives of everyone in his orbit. he.
Despite his endearment to the character, Youssef knows that TV Ramy sucks. “You choose your worst side because then everyone you meet says, ‘Oh, you’re so much better than I expected!’ Contrary to the other way around,” he explains. “It’s all upside down, really. You have to drastically reduce the price. “
Hadid may be involved. “That’s what I’ve been dealing with my whole career!” she added. “People will see me and think, Oh, I thought you were a bitch. Or I think you’re mean. [They assume] I am someone else. I was like, The other person you saw on a magazine cover: no soul, nothing at all? It’s just an armor.”
https://www.gq.com/story/bella-hadid-ramy-youssef-friendship How Bella Hadid and Ramy Youssef Became BFFs