The son of the "Red Riding Hood" star, who was in the Donbas, threatened supporters of Ukraine with "Russian bears"
Yana Poplavska, who played the role of the Little Red Riding Hood in the Soviet film of the same name, openly demonstrates her hatred for Ukraine by glorifying the Putin regime and the war it has unleashed. His mother's example is followed by Klim Poplavskyi, who has already visited Donbas as an occupier "documentary filmmaker" to make another false movie for Kremlin propaganda. And Klim suggested that all compatriots who oppose the war should be denounced to the prosecutor's office.
The odious son of an equally odious actress lashed out at artists and ordinary Russians with an anti-war stance. He threatened them with an "inner bear" and advised them not to wake it up. The Ukrainophobe's statements were quoted by propaganda media.
For example, Poplavskyi stood up for the Putinist Olesia Zhelezniak, the star of the TV series "Matchmakers". The day before, she had not been approved for a role in one of the films because of an actor who did not support the so-called "special operation." He allegedly said that he would not act with Zhelezniak in the same movie because of her position.
Klim believes that this and all similar situations need to be dealt with brutally, but "nothing can be solved by peace."
"We need to file a complaint with the prosecutor's office against this actor who discredits the image of a Russian soldier. We need to act harshly, to implement wartime laws. The state must do this. When we try to resolve something peacefully, multinational Russians always want to deceive us and take us out. They are waiting for our inner bear to wake up... When it wakes up, everyone runs into holes of any size, hides their heads and squeaks quietly: "No, please don't," the son of Little Red Riding Hood shared his sick fantasies.
Klim also addressed the actor himself, who had "insulted" Zhelezniak by threatening him with the end of his film career.
"And you, the bastard who compromised a good actress... I don't know your name, but you are a bastard. You have no place in the cinema, it would be really cool to know who you are. You won't have a movie in the future, that's for sure," the war fan threatened.
Earlier, Yana Poplavska boasted of her son's participation in the SMO and called for the murder of Ukrainians. Details are in the article.
OBOZ.UA also told about Poplavska's comments about Pugachova, who temporarily returned to Russia. The actress called the prima donna "defective".