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"Are you sane?" Scandalous blogger Alkhim infuriated the network with an advertisement for a Russian TV series

Anna Alkhim watches the Russian series "The Word of a Boy"

The well-known Ukrainian blogger Anna Alkhim, who continues to listen to Russian music, including songs by traitors to Ukraine, has gotten into another scandal. This time, the influencer, who even in public space failed to switch to her native language, advertised a Russian series romanticizing the USSR and banditry, "The Word of a Boy. Blood on the Asphalt".

As it turned out, Alkhim was part of the audience of the Russian project. Moreover, the blogger does not hesitate to broadcast this to hundreds of thousands of her followers. On TikTok, for example, where the influencer posted a video with a commentary on the series, she is followed by more than 200 thousand people. And the video itself was watched by more than 470 thousand users (at the time of writing).

In the video, Alkhim recorded her strong reaction to the series, resorting, as usual, to profanity. The blogger emotionally told her subscribers how she was so impressed by the Russian film product that she had to take breaks while watching it.

''Are you sane?'' Scandalous blogger Alkhim infuriated the network with an advertisement for a Russian TV series

"Who's watching?" asked the defender of the Russian language and content from the terrorist country.

In response, conscious Ukrainians explained to Alkhim why her position and the topics she broadcasts on her blog are "broken ground." The blogger was reminded that she was responding to the Russian series with enthusiasm, and with her media presence, she was setting an example for other potential consumers of Russian content. Simply put, this is ideologically dangerous for Ukraine in the context of the terrorist war with Russia.

"Are you sane? You are sponsoring the Russian army by watching this series, thousands of deaths are on your conscience", "Is there a cure for this? Go to Russia. Traitor", "I just saw that this series was being forced and thought, who watches this shit... Of course", "If people watch Moscow's burpee even during the war, then this is a clinic", "Better watch the frontline report, what a difference", "Hello, is it okay that this is a Russian series? Doesn't it bother you?" commentators leave.

''Are you sane?'' Scandalous blogger Alkhim infuriated the network with an advertisement for a Russian TV series

As you know, at the end of the fall, the TV series "The Word of a  Boy" started to gain popularity in Ukraine, romanticizing the USSR, robbery and crime. We wrote here why you shouldn't watch it.

For those who believe that there are no analogues to the Russian series among the domestic film product, OBOZ.UA has made a special selection. In it, we have collected five projects that can be watched instead of The Word of a Boy 

The film, by the way, stars the son of the main critic of the Putin regime, musician and frontman of the Time Machine band Andrii Makarevich.

Meanwhile, Masha Yefrosinina also reacted to the excitement of the series among Ukrainians. The presenter expressed her indignation at the fact that media professionals and ordinary citizens are defending their "right" to listen and watch Russian content, forgetting that Ukrainian soldiers are dying for them.

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, along with the rapidly gaining popularity of the series, the song "Pyyala" by the Russian band "Aigel", which is the soundtrack of the same project, reached the first place in the Top 100 in Ukraine rating on Apple Music.

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