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Alla Pugacheva recorded a happy video to the Ukrainian folk song "Oh, there are two oaks on the mountain": Russians accused her of treason

Alla Pugacheva recorded a video for a Ukrainian folk song

The famous Russian singer Alla Pugacheva, who left Russia after the full-scale invasion together with her husband, "foreign agent" Maxim Galkin, and their children, surprised her fans with an unexpected video, or rather, the musical accompaniment of the published footage. The prima donna filmed herself happy and smiling on a yacht while the Ukrainian folk song "Oh, there are two oaks on the mountain" was playing.

The artist posted the video on her personal Instagram page. As expected, Alla Borisovna's post caused hysteria among Z-patriots, so they rushed to throw mud at their once-favorite singer.

As the description of the video makes clear, the Ukrainian folk song was played at the "festival of yellow flowers," which Pugacheva invented herself in her youth and has been celebrating for many years on the first Sunday of March.

"We had a great time celebrating the First Sunday of Spring! Thank you all for the flowers, congratulations, and daily joy from my loyal fans. We are moving on with our lives. Don't worry about me," the artist shared.

The star's Ukrainian subscribers immediately recognized the cheerful melody of the song "Oh, there are two oaks on the mountain" and thanked Pugacheva for such a veiled sign of support.

Meanwhile, Russians can't get enough. In the comments, they leave shameful insults against the singer and accuse her of "betraying" Russia. The most absurd thing is that Z-patriots never tire of writing how they are "tired" of Alla Borisovna and how "no one needs her," but at the same time continue to follow her social media and spend their own time writing such comments.

Alla Pugacheva recorded a happy video to the Ukrainian folk song ''Oh, there are two oaks on the mountain'': Russians accused her of treason
Alla Pugacheva recorded a happy video to the Ukrainian folk song ''Oh, there are two oaks on the mountain'': Russians accused her of treason
Alla Pugacheva recorded a happy video to the Ukrainian folk song ''Oh, there are two oaks on the mountain'': Russians accused her of treason

As OBOZ.UA wrote, meanwhile, Maksym Galkin posted a post on his social media in Ukrainian. He recalled his childhood in Odesa and commented touchingly on the brutal Russian attack on the Ukrainian city that killed five children.

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