Very true, Samy Youssef: “I arrived in Italy on a rubber dinghy from Egypt, I thought I was going to die. I went to the Gf Vip to send a message to the migrants”

Very true, Samy Youssef: “I arrived in Italy on a rubber dinghy from Egypt, I thought I was going to die. I went to the Gf Vip to send a message to the migrants”
Very true, Samy Youssef: “I arrived in Italy on a rubber dinghy from Egypt, I thought I was going to die. I went to the Gf Vip to send a message to the migrants”

It is a creepy tale that made by Samy Youssef a Silvia Toffanin in the living room of very true. The young model of Egyptian origins but with a marked Roman accent, fresh from elimination al Big Brother Vip, initially spoke about his experience in the most spied house in Italy and then told for the first time his dramatic story as a migrant who arrived in Italy with a rubber dinghy, after a long journey of hope. “I didn’t expect to be eliminated from the Big Brother Vip, I was doing a good journey – began Samy -. I had a fight with Soleil Sorge and Alex Belli and their fans voted against me ”.

Then he began to retrace his life, from his difficult childhood to the dramatic moment of departure: “I’ve had a hard life. I grew up without my parents because my father was a carpenter and worked 13 hours a day – he confided to Silvia Toffanin -. Mom woke up at dawn every day. He walked 3 kilometers to reach the first vehicle in the dark, then took 3 hours by train to reach the city where he worked. We took a shower in a cauldron, we didn’t have a bathroom. She took that cauldron, loaded it with fruit and vegetables and went knocking on houses to sell it and let us eat. I’ve seen her cry so many times. She did it for us. When I send her some money, she starts to cry because she prefers to keep them. He has suffered a lot in his life, it is the least I can do ”.

At 15, Samy Youssef decided to leave for Italy: “I told my mother that I would join an uncle, he had already lost two daughters, who died as a child. One run over, the other from a high fever, the mother didn’t have time to take her to the doctor who was 3 hours away by car. She died on the street ”. Thus began the nightmare: “I was taken to the desert for 15 days, in a closet with 60 people without being able to open the windows. It wasn’t legal, the police would have arrested us if they had known. After 15 days, they loaded us into a truck as if we were sheep, they threw a sheet over it. Then he took a rubber dinghy, which he took to a boat in the middle of the sea. It was the first time I saw the sea in my life. It was cold. As soon as I saw the sea, I started running in the desert. I was scared. I thought: ‘Here I die’. I can not swim. Then I get on the dinghy. They forced me into it. We were 20 people, when he could load 4. I couldn’t even breathe, because I risked falling into the sea and dying ”.

Dramatic days that he remembered with his voice broken by emotion: “I was throwing up the whole time, my head was spinning. On the third and fourth day a very high wave occurred, we had lost hope. I thought I was dying, I didn’t think I would be able to get to Italy. I asked for help, but everyone was thinking for themselves. I drank a lot of salt water, but when I got to the beach, yesI burst into tears with joy and fear. From 60 we arrived in 20. Only minors remained. the I was placed in a foster home in Catania “. Today that sacrifice has been rewarded because in Italy it has found its way, as well as success: “It seems to me that I am living a dream. Precisely for this reason I wanted to participate in the Big Brother Vip: I had to send a message to all those who are experiencing everything that I have lived. If you keep believing it, life will reward you

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