You are now following the news that the Tunisian (Maryam Al-Dabbagh) has surpassed Mia Khalifa and appeared as God created her and in shocking situations in the most tantalizing scenes on the planet, and now with the details.
Riyadh – Ruwayda bin Abbas – 13/09/2022 at 12:08 | Follow Favorite
Tunisian actress Maryam Dabbagh shocked the audience with her photos while she was completely naked.
In detail Maryam Al-Dabbagh posted her photos completely naked, without clothes, and depicted her exile only from the top, covering her chest with her hands and hiding only the very scandalous part.
These images wiped out social networking sites, where followers were split between the image’s fans and its critics.
Social networking sites swarmed with photos of Tunisian actress Maryam Al-Dabbagh in a sheer dress at the Arab Oscar Festival, which was held a few days ago in a Cairo hotel.
Mariam appeared wearing a revealing dark red dress, which was distinguished by its sheer fabric, which revealed many parts of her body due to the absence of a lining.
Maryam shared with her followers several photos of the celebration, with the same look, criticized by several followers.
And for the second time in a row, there was a big shock between the audience and the spectators at the Oscar ceremony. The main reason is that the Best Supporting Actress award was not awarded to an American actress for the first time ever.
In detail, viewers were shocked at what the Academy did this time after choosing South Korean actress Yoon Yoo Jung for the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in South Korean film Minari, as for the first time. An absolute non-American actress received an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, which led to an increase in audience enthusiasm, due to the great shock that occurred, as some of them felt that the Academy was correct in the choice of the actress, while others attacked this victory, considering that the organizers of the Oscars ceremony are destroying American culture, especially after last year’s victory of Parasite, also a South Korean film.