"I am helping and will continue to help": traitor Lorak made a cynical prank on Children's Day. Video.
Ukrainian singer Ani Lorak (real name: Karolina Kuek), who has been living in the Russian Federation for more than 10 years and supports the criminal actions of President Vladimir Putin, went on a cynical spree on International Children's Day. On the night of June 1, the Russian Federation attacked Kyiv, killing three people, including a 9-year-old girl. Karolina decided that she needed to congratulate the Russians on the holiday and stressed that she would always help children.
The traitor posted a clip of herself with the children on Instagram. Anticipating the heated discussion that the video might provoke and protecting herself from the anger of Ukrainians, she closed the comments. In addition, the Putinist called for donations to a foundation with the telling name "Happy Childhood", ignoring the fact that she herself is taking it away from Ukrainian children (to watch the video, scroll to the end).
"Happy International Children's Day! Children are our future. Let our children be better than us. I have always helped, am helping and will continue to help children because they deserve our love. Only love and compassion can change the world for the better," Lorak wrote without remorse in her blog post.
Apparently, the singer does not think about the fact that she is financing the war in Ukraine and destroying the lives of thousands of children. After all, they are forced to hide from Russian missiles in bomb shelters, leave their homes and die because of the Kremlin Fuhrer's sick ambitions.
We would like to remind you that Ani Lorak has a daughter, Sofia, from Turkish businessman Murat Nalcadzhioğlu. The girl was born on 9 June 2011 in Kyiv. Her godfather was pro-Putin singer Philip Kirkorov, and her godmother was former member of the Verkhovna Rada Irina Berezhnaya. 11-year-old Sonya lives with Kuek in Moscow and attends Pavlovskaya Gymnasium in the Russian capital.
As OBOZREVATEL previously wrote, Ani Lorak became a meme online after the drone attack on Moscow. Ukrainians thanked the controversial singer and made her the heroine of a funny video. In it, the traitor allegedly explains why her "revenge fund" attacked the Russian capital. To learn more, follow the link.