Russian rapper was not allowed to board a Polish airline plane, and he mentioned the suffering of Ukrainians
Russian rapper Andrey Menshikov, known by his stage name Ligalize, was unable to arrive on time for a concert because he was not allowed on the plane. The star was told that the Polish airline LOT does not serve passengers with Russian passports.
However, the Russian was not outraged, but expressed understanding and mentioned the suffering of Ukrainians. The post appeared on his Instagram (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the photo).
Ligalayz was going to fly from Astana (Kazakhstan) to Budva (Montenegro), where his concert was to take place. After he was denied boarding, the artist addressed his fans.
"Friends, I was not allowed to board the plane. The company refused passengers with Russian passports. I have to postpone the concert in Budva. I have no negative feelings about the airline's decision. I'm ready to take responsibility for the terrible crimes committed by my country. I do not consider this moderate "suffering" compared to the real suffering of Ukrainians," the Russian wrote.
He also publicly called for an end to the war, which is not the first time he has done so. However, it took him a while to develop such a clear position.
For several months, he tried to please all fans from both countries at the same time, but later he decided on a side. For this, Russia is demanding that he be recognized as a "foreign agent."
In the comments, the opinion of Ligalize's subscribers was divided. Some had the audacity to call Poles "Nazis" while Russians are committing genocide, while others said they would also silently suffer collective responsibility for their country, because it is the only way out for them.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that propagandists tried to slander singer Vera Brezhneva, who had renounced Russia. However, once again, as always, they were disgraced.