Not in Odessa, as everyone thought: Oksana Bairak shot to the limelight in Russia, where she began to praise Putinist actors. Photo
Ukrainian director, screenwriter and producer Oksana Bayrak, known for her love of the USSR and Russia, was in Odessa for a long time after the full-scale invasion, which she openly told about in her social networks. However, as it turned out, the disgraced celebrity still escaped from Ukraine and went to the terrorist country adored by herself.
For Ukrainian Internet users, the page of the traitor is inaccessible. However, journalist Alina Dorotiuk still managed to see Bairak's publications from the Russian Federation. The corresponding screenshots she shared in her Telegram-channel.
So, judging by the geolocations that the filmmaker-putinist leaves in InstaStories, she now lives in St. Petersburg. The director admires the Russian city, confessing her love for it and Russia as a whole.
"Peter-Leningrad. My love and admiration. The most beautiful and resilient city in the universe," the director signs her photos.
Genocide of the Ukrainian people and the terrorist war, which Bayrak saw with her own eyes, she prefers to ignore. Moreover, in the Russian Federation, the pro-Danka happily hangs around with other famous fans of Putin and his bloody dictatorial regime. For example, the Ukrainian can be found in the company of Anton Batyrev, who filmed and lived in Ukraine, but after February 24 took a pro-war stance.
It's funny that as recently as last year Bayrak called "rats" artists who left Ukraine during the war. The odious star herself was proud of the fact that she remains in Odessa.
However, the director's escape to the Russian Federation is not surprising. Bairak has never hidden her ardent love for the Kremlin and Russia. Back in 2006, she ran for the Verkhovna Rada from Putin's "Party of Putin's Politics," and in 2014 she condemned Euromaidan. After that, she repeatedly spoke out against decommunization and derusification.
As OBOZREVATEL wrote, the former actor of the Theater of Young Spectators on Lipki Gleb Mikhailichenko, who performed for the AFU, has shone in Russia. After the full-scale invasion, the artist decided to earn rubles and organized a production company among citizens of the terrorist country.