Ani Lorak picked up a shovel and knelt down in Moscow to present her album and "start a new life"
Ukrainian-born singer Ani Lorak, who has not made up her mind about her position during more than a year of full-scale war but has continued to live and work in the terrorist country, staged a new performance in the centre of Moscow. She picked up a shovel and started planting flowers, hinting at the beginning of her new life. Dozens of paparazzi gathered to watch the artist's work, because Lorak decided to garden not for a good cause, but to advertise her 18th music album.
The footage from the scene was shared by Russian Telegram channels. Lorak told the propagandists with joy and special "modesty" how symbolic her gesture was (to see photos and videos, scroll to the bottom of the page).
The traitor arranged a meeting with Moscow TV channels in the Botanical Garden of Lomonosov Moscow State University. There, she knelt down and began to plant flowers, not forgetting to pose for the camera, which was openly requested by cameramen and photographers.
With a shovel in hand, the former Ukrainian woman shared her philosophical thoughts about starting a new life.
"You could say happy birthday! It's cool that there is an opportunity to give life to a new flower," Lorak said.
In her comments to the propagandists, she once again said that her music "brings love", and her new album is no exception. As one might have guessed, the great "pacifist" did not talk about the war.
As OBOZREVATEL wrote earlier, Ani Lorak released a new song and video for it, which caused surprise among Internet users. The fact is that in the video, the traitor appears in a camouflage jacket. Subscribers wonder what the artist wanted to say with this gesture.
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