Rotaru incongruously "supported" Ukrainians after Kakhovka hydroelectric plant explosion, while other stars are screaming about ecocide
Ukrainian singer Sofia Rotaru, who stopped appearing in public space many months ago, "supported" Ukrainians after the terrorist bombing at the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant. While Ukrainian celebrities are shouting to the world about the ecocide, the singer put her emotions into a smiley face, forgetting once again to remind us who is to blame for the Ukrainians' suffering.
On the second day after the tragedy, Rotaru published a picture of a rescued dog. The ridiculous post appeared on her Instagram page (to see the photo, scroll to the end of the page).
A tearful photo of a wet animal clinging to its rescuer's leg went around the world. Rotaru also decided to post it, which obviously let her know that she sympathized with the pets in the epicenter of the disaster.
However, against the backdrop of the colossal work of her colleagues, such a reaction looks silly. Ukrainian stars, whose activities are followed by Russians and foreigners, shout about terrorism, appeal to international organizations, and tell the truth about ecocide and human murders.
At the same time, Sofia Rotaru in no way publicly announced her intentions to help and did not explain to the Russian part of the audience the consequences of their terrorist regime.
Celebrities distribute important phone numbers, help evacuate, donate money to save people and animals, urging other Ukrainians to join in as well.
For example, TV host Kateryna Osadcha criticized the International Committee of the Red Cross for inaction and appealed to the organization to help.
Singer Svitlana Loboda decided to give an apartment in Kiev for a family with many children from a flooded area. Also the star gave 100 thousand hryvnias to the charity fund to help the victims.
Earlier OBOZREVATEL wrote that Russian comedian Maxim Galkin published a series of photos from Kherson region to open the eyes of Russians to the actions of Putin's government.