The controversial blogger Alkhim made a cynical video against the backdrop of fallen heroes to a Russian track
The well-known Ukrainian blogger Anna Alkhim, who continues to speak Russian and listen to Russian music"on principle," has once again hit rock bottom with her cynical stunt. She recorded a video to a Russian track on the alley of fallen Heroes in Khmelnytsky. Against the backdrop of portraits of soldiers who gave their lives to defend Ukraine, the influencer laughed and danced in the snow, and then overlaid a Russian-language song by a singer from a terrorist country.
The celebrity posted the video on her personal Instagram page. Naturally, it provoked a wave of hate against Alkhim online.
However, the social media star responds to the comments of outraged Ukrainians in her usual arrogant manner, noting that she "has the right" to listen to what she wants, and that language "does not matter at all."
As for the portraits of the fallen defenders of Ukraine, against which the blogger decided to spin around with a smile on her face, she said the following: "This video is not about the dead. I didn't look around when I was filming it, it was my first time here. Of course, you can think as your thinking allows you to think."
Ukrainians in the comments under the video continued to express their indignation and wrote that Alkhim found "not the best place to show off" and that her actions insulted the families of the fallen heroes and their memory. The blogger sees nothing wrong with her actions. "And how did I offend them?" Alkhim sincerely does not understand or only pretends not to understand.
Traditionally, some of her equally unaware subscribers came to the blogger's defense. One of them suggested that the song in the background might be in Russian, but the performer, for example, is Ukrainian, and therefore there is nothing wrong with Alkhim's actions. However, the commenter clearly did not use Google before leaving this comment. Thus, the scandalous star used the track "Yunost" by singer Makfa. This is a Tombov-based electronic music project in the Russian folk genre. Makfa is currently performing in Moscow and does not comment on the war in Ukraine on her social media.
Not so long ago, Alkhim opened her allegedly charitable New Year's event called "Corporate with Anna Alkhim" with a song by the traitor to Ukraine Anna Asti. The Cherkasy-born singer, who faced a full-scale invasion in her homeland but eventually returned to Moscow to earn bloody rubles, recently received Russian citizenship. However, it seems that Alkhim does not care about this.
We should also add that Alkhim called residents of the western regions of Ukraine "corrupt roosters" and later made a scandal over the state language. She called Ukrainian-speaking people "Nazis" and said that Ukrainian is spoken only in Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that Alkhim got into a scandal again because of the music she listens to and promotes among her subscribers. This time, the influencer's fans did not like the track with elements of the legendary "Shchedryk" by Mykola Leontovych and Russian-language rap.