"Russia is full of people willing to do it": Yuri Velykyi in new parody mocks Shoigu's reaction to drone 'attack' on Kremlin
The star of "Kvartal 95" Yuri Velykyi has released a parody of Sergei Shoigu commenting on the so-called "attack" by drones on the Kremlin residence of Russian President Vladimir Putin. After the incident on May 3, propaganda outlets claimed that the Kremlin was allegedly attacked by Ukrainian drones. The comedian once again impressed the audience with his subtle humour and sharp jokes.
Velykyi posted the humorous video on his personal Instagram. In it, on behalf of Shoigu, he explained how the drones flew to Moscow and went unnoticed, and also explained the cause of the fire on the residence's dome (to watch the video, scroll to the end).
"There is no reason to panic, we have sorted everything out, the situation is fully under control, although we have not yet figured out who exactly is controlling it. There was no external interference here. Clearly, someone leaked the coordinates of our Kremlin to the enemy. Because before the attack, only three people knew the location of the Kremlin: me, Putin and Google Maps. Russia is also full of people willing to do this, I personally know four of them, they are great people," Yuri Velykyi said in the new parody.
He continued that after the "outbreak", part of the fire spread to the flag, which was "heroically" extinguished by Dmitry Medvedev's "festive concern". The second drone was shot down by "valiant" air defence.
"At the time of the shooting down, one of the fragments fell in the Leningrad region and damaged a high-voltage power line, the second fragment flew to the Bryansk region and derailed an entire railway train. And the third one, I don't know how, ended up in Sevastopol and destroyed an oil depot," the Ukrainian comedian subtly described the latest events in Russia.
Recently, OBOZREVATEL wrote that Yuri Velykyi, in another of his parodies, "declassified" what was actually written in Kadyrov's papers during his meeting with Putin. The celebrity skilfully conveyed the anxiety and nervousness of the military leader, who read about Chechnya's "successes" from the papers.
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