Egyptian singer Sama El Masry celebrated Egyptian Valentine's Day, which falls on November 4, in a strange and exciting way.
Instead of distributing roses on this occasion, Masri distributed to the citizens in Nile Corniche, a potato with posters of hearts of love, wearing a mantle of red that symbolizes love.

According to the Egyptian artist, the idea of ​​potato distribution was due to high prices in the markets. "People need more potatoes than roses on Valentine's Day, and I worked like them in the street," she said.
This comes as the Egyptian street is witnessing a crisis in potato products after the prices have gone crazy during the last period from 5 pounds to 15 pounds.

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