Santa Dimopoulos entertained at the Russian oligarch's daughter's party in Monaco and bragged about the photo.
Popular Ukrainian singer Santa Dimopoulos, who went abroad with her children and husband after the full-scale invasion, found herself in another scandal. The star attended the birthday party of the daughter of Russian oligarch Eldar Osmanov, with whom she continues to be friends.
The celebration took place in Monaco. Dimopoulos shared photos from the party, as well as congratulations to her Russian girlfriend in her InstaStories.
First, the artist congratulated Lolita Osmanova, publishing her holiday photo with a cake, candles and champagne.
"Happy birthday, my beautiful! May all your wishes come true," the ex-participant of VIA Gry addressed to the daughter of the Russian oligarch.
Later, Dimopoulos showed up at a birthday party. She boasted photos from the restaurant and with her other girlfriends.
Judging by the photo, the party was a big success. The birthday party ended with fireworks and a huge cake, which Osmanova defiantly cut in front of a luxurious photo area of natural roses.
Lolita Osmanova is the daughter of the former co-owner and founder of the private holding Mezhregionsoyuzenergo. She and her oligarch father became particularly famous after a high-profile wedding in the United States in 2017, which, according to media reports, cost more than $10 million (UAH 366 million). Lady Gaga performed at the celebration, as well as Nikolai Baskov, Stas Mikhailov and others. The hosts were Ksenia Sobchak and Andrei Malakhov.
However, less than a year later, Osmanova and her husband, the son of prominent Armenian businessman Albert Avdalyan, Gaspar Avdalyan broke up and divorced.
Earlier OBOZREVATEL wrote that Dimopoulos on Holodomor Memorial Day published a video of her friend's birthday party and got into a scandal. She later excused herself for the controversial post. The performer explained that she had forgotten what day to honor the memory of the victims, because she made a "day off" from the news for herself.