Mommy dedicates poems to Ukraine, while she sings for Russians: how Milla Jovovich's daughter from Kyiv forgot her roots for the sake of Russian trends
Milla Jovovich, the star of the films The Fifth Element, Resident Evil, and Joan of Arc, a Hollywood actress from Kyiv, supports her homeland on the world stage, but she has not been able to convey this conscious position to her daughter, Ever Anderson. The other day, the celebrity's only heiress forgot about her Ukrainian roots for the sake of a Russian trend.
The young artist posted a video on her TikTok to the song "My Marmalade" by the Putinist Katya Lel. This is not just a random Russian song that went viral on the platform, but a propaganda tool. In addition, the author of the track supports the genocide of Ukrainians.
The trend of dancing and singing along to Lel's rather old hit originated in Russia in late fall. For several weeks now, it has been used to popularize Russian culture and aesthetics among foreigners, and the Russians have been successful.
Because of the motif, which sticks in the head, many bloggers make videos with Russian music, and the citizens of the terrorist country themselves dress up in fur coats, fur hats or scarves and go to Red Square to show off their country.
Ever Anderson's foreign subscribers and Russians commented her video, praising the American for her understating of the Russian language and spreading their trends. The star is asked to recognize the songwriter and asked the name of the track.
By the way, Milla Jovovich's daughter posted the video not only on TikTok (to an audience of over 800,000 subscribers) but also on Instagram, where the blogger is followed by almost 600,000 people.
There are no videos with Ukrainian songs or anti-war messages on the 16-year-old's page, so it's impossible to say for sure what her position is.
At this time, the teenager's mother does not make us doubt our views on the war. In 2023, she read her own poem dedicated to the people of a free state.
On October 10 last year, Milla Jovovich reacted to Russia's large-scale missile attack on Ukraine with an emotional text in support of the Ukrainian people. The Hollywood star said she was grieving with her homeland.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that the actress appeared on the red carpet of the 75th Cannes Film Festival in a luxurious blue dress from the Ukrainian brand Lever Couture. The star's 14-year-old daughter, Ever Gabo, attended the event wearing a yellow outfit.