Putting her feet in dirty shoes on the chair: an anchor told what Russian singer behaved rudely on the air

Ukrainian radio host Slava Demin recalled which Russian singer behaved very brazenly during the broadcast. The Ukrainian remembered negatively the behavior of the participant of the Russian group "Tatu" Yulia Volkova.

She was invited to talk in the studio, but the singer showed her as ill-mannered and arrogant. Slava Demin told his Instagram followers about this when they asked if anyone annoyed the host during the morning broadcast or interview (to see the photo, scroll to the end of the page).

He didn't reveal exactly when the described situation occurred but shared that he was shocked by the singer's act during the conversation.

"It was Yulia Volkova from the group Tatu. She came on the air with us once. She behaved in a boorish way. It was especially shocking when the man put his feet in dirty shoes on the chair," said the host.


It is worth noting that Volkova, though she collaborated with Ukrainians and had a fan base here, ignored the Russian terrorist full-scale attack on Ukraine and chose to work in Russia. She performs as part of the Tatu and pays taxes, which are converted into weapons against Ukrainians.


Recall that in 2021 Volkova applied to participate in the United Russia primaries and presented her first campaign video. You can watch it here.

As wrote OBOZREVATEL, in 2022 the group " Tatu" was accused of promoting non-traditional relationships. As the Deputy Tatyana Butskaya said, before the appearance of Yulia Volkova and Elena Katina on stage, the Russians "did not even think that a girl could be with a girl."

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