"She was paid for": singer Voronova, who filmed the air defence, made a loud statement about Mishina, who became a scandal for a similar act
The wife of Kyiv drug dealer Yuriy Chernetsky, singer Inna Voronova, who filmed and published the work of Ukrainian air defence, got in touch to answer all the questions of her subscribers. One of them asked why Ukrainians were harassing the singer, who had indicated the geolocation and "leaked" the position of the defenders of the sky in all its glory, but were not so fiercely bashing the actress Ksenia Mishina, who was also caught up in the scandal due to a reckless publication.
Voronova, who has already had a conversation with the SBU, said that "Mishina was paid for" and was banned from mentioning her in publications. OBOZREVATEL learned about this from her live stream on Instagram (to see photos and videos, scroll to the bottom of the page).
"Why isn't Mishina being harassed? Because she was paid for, they say. Black List or something like that. So she can't be published. Although she's from the same Comfort Town, it seems," Voronova revealed.
We would like to remind you that Mishina got into a scandal with the publication of a video of air defence systems on May 16, when Russia launched another massive shelling of the capital. The actress responded sharply to the haters and quickly deleted the video.
The SBU was not interested in the publication, as the star filmed only flashes in the sky, without specifying the geolocation. However, the actress received her share of hate and apologised for her rash act.
At the same time, Voronova indicated where she was filming the air defence operation, so her video was quickly "disassembled" by propagandists. It was very easy to determine the position of Ukrainian defenders based on her video. After a loud scandal, she deleted the video with a "sincere" apology and continued to blog.
It should be noted that Ukrainians were outraged by the singer's behaviour and called for her to be punished for breaking the law.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, the Security Service of Ukraine has identified six residents of the capital who illegally disseminated information about the work of the air defence forces. They face up to 8 years in prison.
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