Russian actor-occupier from "Gardemarin" was humiliated on Malakhov's show, and he sent Russians to three letters
Russian actor and occupier Mikhail Mamaev, who gained fame in 1991 for his role in the movie "Hello, Wardrobe," criticized the show "Hello, Andrei" hosted by TV presenter Andrei Malakhov on the pro-government Russia 1 channel. The actor believes that the producers deliberately avoid references to the war and humiliate the military.
To appear on the evening show, Mamaev wore a "patriotic" T-shirt with a reference to Russian President Vladimir Putin and a cap with the tricolor. However, the editors did not appreciate this look, and the Putin supporter expressed his dissatisfaction on social media.
The actor criticized the show because he had "come specially from the front for them," but his act did not impress anyone. He was asked to calm down and take off his hat.
"First, the guest editor, and when I categorically refused and directly told a young man of military age to go f*ck himself in an argument, two more individuals, including the program director, came to the door. At the same time, they asked me why it was so important for me to wear a baseball cap with a flag. I also asked why it was so important for them that I take off my baseball cap. The answer was that they were all supposed to be without baseball caps because of the operator's requirements and other reasons. I replied that I wouldn't take it off, and if their cameramen don't know how to film people in Russian military uniforms, we'll replace them with those who do," Mamaev wrote.
The actor added that he was outraged by why "they are tearing up lives there," while in Moscow they humiliate the occupiers and do not allow them to wear T-shirts with declarations of love for Putin.
Mamaev also criticized the management of Russia 1 for having no problem covering the Eurovision Song Contest and concerts of Putin supporter Kirkorov in rhinestone costumes, while not allowing their own flag to be aired.
After complaining to his subscribers, the Russian actor stated that he had created his own version of "Hello, Andrei" on the front line and would name it "Hello, Mikhail."
Earlier, OBOZ.UA reported that the first photos of Mamaev with weapons on the front line surfaced in early 2023. During this time, he started composing poems expressing his desire to become a "sieve from bullets" and his readiness for "pain and war."