This post is the complete opposite of my previous two posts. Here, I chose the best Lebanese public figures as my personal opinion. Also, there is no specific ratings.
Best Lebanese public figures:
- Joyce Akiki: a courageous TV reporter at MTV and has a radio talk show on Fame Fm “Bi sifatak meen?”. I find Joyce a very unique, naughty person and a very strong reporter who loves her job dearly because she does it from her heart.
2. Ziad Baroud: is the only Lebanese politician who I can say “hats off” for, because he left for being honest and did not take sides with any other politician.
3. Marcel Ghanem: a TV personality who has an amazing laugh, obsessed about wearing expensive watches and I enjoy watching his program because it does not take any specific side of any of the individuals who choose to have a political talk with.
4. Diana Fakhoury: news reporter at MTV who literally pours feelings when telling the news; either it was positive or negative. Personally, I always say “Hope its Diana presenting the news.”
5. Joe Maalouf: was known for “Enta horr” which closed but he continued his revolution in “Hki Jelis”. Joe is someone who says things as they are without any pepper on top which makes him a special and unique TV personality. I find Joe as someone who still believes in a country like Lebanon and is ready to change it at any time.
6. Joumana Haddad: for killing Scheherazade, making superman an Arab and giving lessons to become the third sex. Joumana is one of my favorite writers; who I personally look up to and would choose her for Presidency. I think Joumana is a very angry feminist and an extreme atheist; and I think she reincarnated Anna Maria Lenngren, by writings, free thoughts and angry messages.
7. Nemr Abou Nassar: is someone I can call “real comedy”; he is someone who studied Business as a major but still chose to be a REAL comedian. I think Nemr fell from space with an ability to make Arabs laugh.
8. Nadine Labaki: my best Lebanese actress who reminds me of Evanescence (don’t ask me why).
9. Hasan Narallah: I respect him as a person which does not mean I belong to any specific party; Hasan Nasrallah is someone who inspires me in his public speeches and I like the sarcastic jokes he draws between the lines.
Last but not least, this post does not include any ratings because I do not have the right to rate any person; therefore, the political figures are my own inspirations and I do NOT belong to any political party or even clap for any.