Little Red Riding Hood star Yana Poplavskaya called Ani Lorak a traitor
Russian actress and Putin's fan Yana Poplavskaya, known primarily for her role as Little Red Riding Hood in the Soviet film of the same name, has called Ukrainian "dove of peace" singer Ani Lorak a traitor. The actress mentioned her in the context of the arrest of singer Eduard Charlotte, who burned his Russian passport this summer.
The Russian was brought to trial and charged with rehabilitating Nazism. The 25-year-old's parents assured him that if he was released, he would support the occupiers by performing in the war zone and sending money. Poplavskaya did not remain silent, commenting on the situation on her Telegram channel and mentioning other stars, including the traitor Ani Lorak.
The Putinist called the promises to support the so-called "SMO" illogical. According to her, you can't do someting and then just go and "wash away all your sins." Poplavskaya noted that this happens because someone has already been given the opportunity to return to the stage in this way.
The propagandist did not ignore the "Ukrainian" singer Ani Lorak and the Belarusian traitor host Dmitry Shepelev. "Shepelev, Lorak, and many others. Now all the traitors of the Motherland dream of returning to the trough in exactly the same way," the post reads. "Time will pass, and they will continue to hate 'terrorist state', call Russians stupid cattle and put themselves above others," Poplavska added.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA told about how Poplavskaya lashed out at Pugacheva, who temporarily returned to Russia, calling her "a disgrace."