Celebrities reacted with hatred to the missile attack on Kyiv and Kharkiv: Bedniakov wishes relatives of MiG pilots "gvazdiks" and "black dresses"
On the morning of January 23, shortly after Unity Day, the enemy again launched a missile attack on peaceful cities of Ukraine. In particular, the civilian infrastructure of Kyiv and Kharkiv was hit.
Ukrainians once again woke up to air raid sirens and the sound of explosions. Among them are the stars who did not remain silent about their hatred for Russia. Celebrities rushed to to Instagram to share their emotions. OBOZ.UA has collected the most striking reactions of Ukrainian showbiz.
Ukrainian singer Anastasia Prykhodko posted a selfie in her stories, writing that she is constantly biting her lips because of nerves, and that lack of sleep has caused "eternal bruises and swelling." However, according to the artist, she is not going to take antidepressants.
In addition, the star shared a photo with her young son - she and her children waited out the alarm in the subway. She also posted pictures of the aftermath of the missile attack in different cities of Ukraine.
Singer Anna Zavalska shows how she, her son and pet are in the shelter. "A stressful morning... Loud and scary. Thanks to the air defense," she wrote.
Hiding from anxiety in the parking lot, Olga Sumskaya did not hold back her emotions. "What a bunch of animals," the actress wrote in the story. She also posted photos from Kharkiv and Kyiv, which were affected by the attack.
"I wish the relatives of all TU and MiG pilots would put on black dresses and buy gvazdiks as soon as possible," the host wrote, for which he was thrown into a shadow ban. "It must have been the moms of the TU pilots" who complained, Bedniakov suggested.
"The morning started with anxiety," the choreographer stated, urging her followers to be vigilant and take care of themselves. She shared a touching photo of her son and added: "We're going to make it through this."
Monroe posted a video of her furry pet and admitted that she sleeps until the last minute, "until she barks so loudly that you jump out of bed."
"Thank you, donate and breathe," the singer urged, adding that the terrorists had stolen the childhood of Ukrainian children.
Singer Nataliya Mogilevskaya expressed her condolences to the families of the victims in a story. Due to the tragedy, the artist postponed the premiere of the song, which was supposed to be released today, to January 24.