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Murik from Green Grey compared Russians to a rural toilet and sharply responded to criticism over "Putin's language"

Murik from Green Grey made a sharp statement about the Russian language

The vocalist of the famous Ukrainian rock band Green Grey , Dmytro Muravitskyi, better known as Murik, compared the Russian people to a "village toilet" that makes no sense to knock on. The musician recalled what his father, who used to travel to Russia to work, told him. The man was shocked by the standard of living of Russians.

In addition, Murik spoke about the language issue. The singer shared his thoughts in an interview with Slava Domin for his YouTube channel of the same name.

"I think that in this life we are unlikely to sing in Russian. These people, they are fools, they are idiots. They have isolated themselves. And under the auspices of 'saving' us. My father told me that he went there to work and was always shocked. They don't have enough sense... They can't even bring moonshine to the state of moonshine - they drink this brew. A needy person is a needy person. Getting through to them is like knocking on a village toilet," Murik commented.

Murik from Green Grey compared Russians to a rural toilet and sharply responded to criticism over ''Putin's language''

Although the rocker says that Green Grey will never sing in Russian again, he does not refuse to use Russian in communication and does not consider it the language of the aggressor. Moreover, he answered these questions in an interview in Russian.

"If someone tells me that I have ever written songs in Putin's language, I will be very offended. It's like accusing Rammstein of singing in a 'fascist' language, or Riccardo Fogli of singing in the 'language of Mussolini'. There is Putin, and then there is Andrii Makarevich. I divide Russians into humans and non-humans... I judge people by their actions," Muravitskyi said, adding that he is ready to communicate with Russians if they opposed the war and left the terrorist state.

Earlier, Murik also recalled how the band was supposed to go to Russia in 2021 to perform at the Wild Mint festival. At the time, this decision outraged many Ukrainian fans. However, the rockers did not make it to the festival because of COVID-19.

As OBOZ.UA previously wrote, another member of the Green Grey rock band, Andriy Yatsenko, better known as Diesel, never switched to Ukrainian in public, unlike most of his colleagues. The musician, who joined the ranks of the Ukrainian Armed Forces at the beginning of the full-scale invasion, admits that he is trying to start speaking his native language, but he still has difficulty building sentences and logical chains.

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