Egyptian pop star Tamer Hosni has entered the Guinness World Records book for the second time with his new achievement as the artist with "the most contribution to a bulletin board," Guinness World Records announced.
The record was revealed during an event held at the UAE’s Abu Dhabi Marina Mall on 6 December.
Hosni's record stands at 12,086 contributions to the bulletin board, knocking down the previous record of 4,900 contributions. The bulletin board was placed in the event's venue where for four days Hosni's fans could leave their appreciation notes.
Shortly after the announcement, social media users began circulating that Hosni 's record was for “the most influential and inspirational artist in the world”. This information was corrected by the GWR's management on 9 December, underscoring that Hosni's entry to the GWR book comes for his world highest contribution to a bulletin board.
This is the second time for the Egyptian musician and actor to make it to the GWR.
In 2016, he launched 'Pulse of Life', a global blood donation campaign which brought him the first entry for the international record of blood donations' collection.
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