videobokeh.biz – Condolences to Yagmur Ozden, who died in a tragic accident, “offered to help people”, say long-time friends of the 33-year-old mother who died in a tragic crash in Park Royal, west London, last week. Yagmur Ozden’s friend Rabih Karim revealed in an exclusive interview with MyLondon that he will give others what he has.
He claims he will give you the $100 if he has it in his pocket and you see that you need it. From a young lady. Ozden, Mr. Karim has known him for 18 years. His Jordanian mother and Palestinian father settled in Lebanon, where he first met Ms. Ozden. He moved to the UK to live with his mother and sister and after that they started talking once a week.
Although living in the UK is cheap, she admits that Mme. Ozden often works to support his friends and relatives in the Middle Eastern country, which is suffering from economic problems. He likes to help others, continued Mr. Kareem. He sent me money to buy food for his friend and her mother who lived nearby and send it to them. Here he also helped his family members. “No one can say no to Yagmura,” he added. “Even if you don’t need the money, he’ll send it to you because [you might need it in the future].”
Mr Karim said his friend came to London with dreams of owning a successful beauty and spa business. His hope is to be successful enough to support other people like him. “He told me when I get more income, I want you to go to London and start your new life here,” he added.
Apart from Zamaród Arif, who was also in the car at the time of the crash but survived, and whom he had seen in video chats, he believed that Mme. Ozden had few friends in London. Mr. Karim admits that he has a bad life. She recently went into debt trying to start a cosmetics business. He had to take out a loan to finance the business and it failed, he said.
Mr. Karim also feels that his longtime friend is also unlucky in his personal life. He said: “I didn’t hear from him for a few years, then he called me and said I’d done something stupid, got pregnant and married the wrong person. He left us and moved to another country. He tried to work hard to get ahead but had no luck.
When his thoughts returned to Ms. Ozden’s 12-year-old child, Mr. Karim became angry. “Remember his daughter,” he said. “What will happen to him?”
The Lord was surprised. Karim on the circumstances of his death when the Range Rover he was riding in allegedly left the road at high speed and plunged underground, knocking the driver unconscious. According to Mr. Karim, his friend rented a small Fiat Picante in Lebanon and had no interest in driving fast cars.