"Napoleon, why didn't you burn it?!" Stars reacted emotionally to the missile attack on Ukraine on December 29 and urge people to donate to the AFU
On New Year's Eve, Russia decided to remind the world once again that it is a terrorist state. On December 29, Ukrainians woke up to the sound of explosions. The Russian Federation launched a massive attack on Ukrainian cities, including arrivals in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Odesa, and Lviv.
Ukrainian stars did not remain silent, taking to Instagram in the morning. Some of them urged their followers to go for cover, others did not hold back their hatred of Russians, and some even appealed to Napoleon. OBOZ.UA has collected the most striking celebrity reactions.
The host posted an Insta-story, writing a phrase that will probably resonate with every Ukrainian. He addressed the French Emperor Napoleon with a rhetorical question: why didn't he burn Moscow?
According to historical data, after defeating the Russians in the bloody Battle of Borodino in 1812, the French commander's army entered Moscow. However, the subjects of Tsar Alexander I had already fled, setting the city on fire. Almost two-thirds of Moscow burned down. Ukrainians, for their part, joke that Napoleon should have finished the job. Bednyakov also called for turning his rage into donations.
The singer, a two-time winner of The Voice, showed how he waits out the alarm in a shelter. The young man reflected on how much the lives of Ukrainians have changed during this time, and added that he believes in the victory of the Armed Forces.
The artist put up an inscription on a white background, urging Ukrainians to hold on.
The designer asked his followers to take care of themselves and stay in shelters.
Actress Olga Sumska shares footage of Ukrainian cities damaged by Russian missile strikes.
The presenter revealed that she was in a shelter with her furry friend.
Hryhorii and Khrystyna Reshetnyk
The couple took to Insta-stories to express their outrage and share the pain that breaks their hearts every time.
The showman wrote words of support for Ukrainians and assured that "terrorists will not break us".
The controversial blogger from Dnipro, Anna Alkhim, who recently sang songs by the traitor Anna Asti at her New Year's corporate party, did not stand aside. Alkhim also repeatedly stated that she would not give up her preferences and the Russian language. However, on December 29, after the shelling of Dnipro, she posted only one "laconic" word.
The radio host reacted emotionally to the morning's events on his Telegram channel. Demin reminded his followers that it was forbidden to film the work of the air defense system, and whoever disobeyed would be "eaten by Vasyl Virastiuk."
After the air alert was lifted, the celebrity published a post on his Instagram page supporting Ukrainians.
Singer Anastasia Prikhodko has informed her fans of the cancellation of her concert in Truskavets, which was to take place on December 29, "due to the missile attack by the 404 country on my Ukraine."
TV host and travel blogger Anton Ptushkin reminded us of a good way to sublimate our anger - to dump on the Ukrainian Armed Forces. "You know what to do," he wrote.
The actress posted a video of the aftermath of rocket terror in Dnipro and Kharkiv, urging her compatriots to hold on.
Ukrainian chef Yevhen Klopotenko posted the photo on his Instagram page with the caption: "No comment."
Singer Nastya Kamenskykh showed photos from Lviv, Kyiv, and Zaporizhzhia, accompanied by a caption in English. "Another stolen dream, morning and someone's life," she added.
"On New Year's Eve, especially after such difficult nights, we feel even more grateful to our defenders. OBOZ.UA urges you to remember to support those who stand guard over the good. You can join the collection for our colleagues who are defending Ukraine on the front line in the Telegram channel.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA told how Vikings star Katherine Winnik cooked borscht and sent greetings to Ukrainians.