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Maksakova explains why Kabaeva never became Putin's wife and reacts to rumors about the Kremlin leader's 17-year-old mistress

Maria Maksakova explains why Kabaeva did not become Putin's wife

Maria Maksakova, a Russian opera singer and former State Duma deputy from the United Russia party, who has been living in Ukraine since 2016, spoke about the "sadistic approach" of Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin to the opposite sex. According to the artist, who has been "cooking" in Kremlin circles for many years, the leader is not interested in female company at all. It is for this reason that gymnast Alina Kabaeva never became his wife, but only provided him with offspring.

In addition, rumors have been circulating lately about Putin's affair with 17-year-old figure skater Kamila Valieva. According to Maksakova, these loud suspicions have their roots in the Kremlin itself, as it is beneficial for them to have people talking about the dictator and for the public to think that "grandpa is not that old yet." The opera singer spoke about this in an interview with Olesia Batsman, editor-in-chief of Gordon magazine.

"I think that they are always throwing in some information that should give people the feeling that grandpa is not that old yet, that he still has something there. But, first of all, if people knew the truth better, they would realize that these services are provided to him only by the Kremlin escort, consisting of a full regiment with blue feathers on their hats. They also have a whole bunch of hot spots where they have specially trained and trained people working for them. That's where he gets his form of leisure... Most likely, only as a spectator, but who knows," Maksakova said.

Maksakova explains why Kabaeva never became Putin's wife and reacts to rumors about the Kremlin leader's 17-year-old mistress

According to other rumors, Putin's new mistress is the disgraced Yekaterina Mizulina, a member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation and head of the Safe Internet League. According to the opera singer, the dictator and his henchmen have a lot in common, including their "sadistic tendencies." The 17-year-old Valieva, the artist thinks, could have become their "common victim."

Maksakova also recalled the stories of her friend, who met Putin when she was a 14-year-old girl. The future Kremlin leader was then 20, and he arranged a date at a judo match. After the match, young Volodia decided to show his 14-year-old girlfriend the techniques he had just seen on her - a hip toss, a painful one, and so on.

Maksakova explains why Kabaeva never became Putin's wife and reacts to rumors about the Kremlin leader's 17-year-old mistress

An opera singer says: "This Mizulina is similar to him. Dyslexia, slow speech at minus two speeds, these outfits, a craving for sadism towards various bloggers... In short, two sadists. And they need a victim anyway. Maybe they found it in the person of this Valieva, a seventeen-year-old figure skater. But a strong-willed move, a throw over the hip, breaking, plucking, bruising and abrasions are the maximum a woman can get from Putin. The memories of my friend when she was 14 years old show that even a young creature evokes sadistic tendencies in him, so I don't think he is capable of sharing his leisure time with any woman, girl, and so on. This is all done to keep people talking about it... No one wants to talk about him, he is not interesting, we are sick of him – "no, let's discuss whether he has a relationship with a minor".

However, the war criminal also gave Kabaeva heirs. However, having children together did not become a reason to start a marriage and a family.

Maksakova explains why Kabaeva never became Putin's wife and reacts to rumors about the Kremlin leader's 17-year-old mistress

"A woman can also receive something from Putin, as I assume, in vitro fertilization ("in vitro fertilization" - ed.). I'm talking about the case of Kabaeva, who did not want to become his wife, for whatever reason, which is not clear to many people but is very clear to me, but did not become his wife. That is, for the very reason that he does not want to spend his leisure time with women, with any women at all," Maksakova revealed.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that on January 19, 2007, the body of the famous singer Murat Nasirov was found under the windows of one of the Khrushchev buildings in Moscow. The singer of the hits "Boy Wants to Go to Tambov" and "I Am You, You Are Me" was only 37 years old. He was just preparing for a wedding with his common-law wife, concerts in his native Kazakhstan, and the release of a new album after a rather long hiatus. That is why the version of the suicide of the idol of millions seemed absurd to many of his fans and colleagues. Rumor has it that Nasirov was "ordered," and the customer was none other than the dictatorial president Vladimir Putin. One might wonder what connects the singer of the hits that listeners love and the Kremlin leader. It turns out that there is a connection between them, and her name is Alina Kabaeva. 

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