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JS: But before I came back to talk to you, just because I’m a woman, you harassed me? JS: How long have you been doing verbal harassment like this? JS: What are you feeling when you verbally harass girls?
JS: When I was walking down the street, did you think I was a human being? A: Listen, I didn't expect you to talk back to me, so when you talked to me, I talked back. A: I didn't see you, you were wearing your sunglasses. You came back, took off sunglasses and talked to me. The majority of them reply back, but there are others who don't say anything.
Many things have changed in Egypt since the Arab Spring uprising in 2011.
Two days after her arrest, Egypt’s public prosecutor’s office Monday ordered that Shyma’s detention be extended for a week.
Arrest warrants have also been issued to directors of the video.
Shyma, whose real name is Shaimaa Ahmed, was detained Saturday over the video for her song “I Have Issues.” In the footage she appears before a classroom of grown men dancing provocatively.
The two-minute-long video has been lambasted in the conservative Egyptian press as profane.
But one thing that's remained a constant is sexual harassment.