Russian comedian Hudkov, with an ambiguous position, suddenly spoke Ukrainian and congratulated a "beautiful Odessan"
The Russian actor Oleksandr Hudkov, who is considered "banned" in Ukraine and repressed in Russia, unexpectedly spoke Ukrainian. He did so on the occasion of the birthday of the famous music video maker Tania Muinho.
The Russian called her "the best Odessan" and dedicated a few more warm words to the Ukrainian. A post with a photo appeared on his Instagram stories.
"There is no more beautiful Odessan. Happy birthday, my space star," Hudkov wrote in Ukrainian.
In the photo, the artist posed in a yellow suit, while the music video maker, whom he identified in the frame, stood with her back to the camera.
We would like to remind you that the woman from Odesa celebrated her 34th birthday on December 7 this year. Her colleagues and friends congratulated her. The celebration took place abroad, as the Ukrainian has long been collaborating with foreign musicians.
By the way, Hudkov is "attributed" with financial assistance to Ukrainians in Russia, which is why they check and prevent the artist's performances.
The Russians hated him because he said that he was ashamed of his birthday on February 24. Hudkov is also accused of participating in a charity performance, where he allegedly raised funds for Ukrainians.
He is known as a co-author of a number of popular projects: "Comedy Woman", "Evening Urgant" on Russia's Channel One, and Philip Kirkorov's music videos (including "The Color of Mood is Blue").
In 2018, the comedian said in an interview that he would no longer be allowed into Ukraine. The star's team was allegedly told this at customs after the concert. There is no official data on Gudkov's entry ban.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that on December 9, American actor John Malkovich celebrates his birthday, who received an award in Kyiv but desperately defends Russians.