The Egyptian star broke the Guinness World Record for the most contributions to a bulletin board.
Hosny celebrated his new achievement on social media by posting photos of himself from his honoring and captioned: “The most contribution to a bulletin board was achieved by Tamer Hosny (Egypt) and presented to him by his fans in marina mall Abu Dhabi, on December 6.”
The most contribution to a bulletin board was achieved by Tamer Hosny (Egypt) and presented to him by his fans in…
Unconfirmed reports circulated about Hosny receiving Guinness World Records “the most influential and inspirational artists in the world” award, the same award Ironman star Robert Downey Jr. had received.
However, Guinness World Records issued a statement on Sunday, revealing that the news media circulated were inaccurate.
The encyclopedia statement added: “Hosny was able to break the world record for “the most contribution to bulletin board”, and not the award for “the most influential and inspirational artists in the world” as was published in many media outlets.”
Guinness World Records awarded Hosny after succeeding in achieving the most number of bulletin boards with 12086 contributions bypassing the previous record that stood at 4,900, which was achieved on December 5, 2017.
Noteworthy, Hosny, born on August 16, 1977, is an Egyptian singer, composer, actor, producer, songwriter, and author.
The 42-year-old began his career when renowned TV presenter “Salma Al Shamaa”, who gave him his lifetime opportunity to perform at the Cairo Opera House.
During his performance, he worked alongside other rising talents including, Sherine Mohamed Abdel-Wahab; the performance was attended by renowned producer ‘Nasr Mahrous’.
Ever since, he worked closely with Mahrous and released his first album, which consequently, achieved great success and opened the gates of stardom and fame, not only in singing but also in the entertainment industry.
He made his acting debut in 2004 film “Halet Hob”, co-starring Hany Salama, Hend Sabry, and others.
Hosny is known for singing “Kol Mara”, “Bent El Eh” and “Aktar Haga”, and for his roles in films “Omar and Salma” trilogy and “Captin Hema”.
He performed many shows in Egypt and other Arab countries, including Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon, Dubai, and Jordan.