Traitor Lorak "secretly" visits "refugees" from the Luhansk region in the Moscow region with a washing machine. Video
The Ukrainian-born singer Ani Lorak, who keeps silent about the war, has committed another cynical act. On June 1, when Ukrainians were mourning the death of a 9-year-old girl as a result of Russian shelling, the traitor showed up at the "refugees" from the Luhansk region in the Moscow region with "humanitarian aid".
Lorak allegedly wanted to keep her visit a secret, but for some reason, the meeting was filmed and reported in the Russian media. In the comments under the Instagram post, it was suggested that this was a PR stunt by the singer before her concert in Russia (to see photos and videos, scroll to the bottom of the page).
The propagandists reported that the traitor decided to help Ukrainians Ivan and Tatiana, who are raising an 11-year-old daughter and 2-year-old son near Moscow. The family allegedly needs to "raise their children" and "start a new life".
As is always the case, the authors kept silent about why the family had to flee the Luhansk region, if they ever lived there. It is also worth noting that Lorak did not show the washing machine to the camera, but only talked about it, so it is not known whether this equipment is new or stolen by the occupiers in Ukraine.
"The artist presented the refugees with a modern washing machine, clothes for children, hygiene items, household chemicals and food, and had a warm chat with them, paying special attention to the children," the propagandists praised the star.
By the way, on June 1, Ani Lorak also called for financial support for Russian children, brazenly ignoring the fact that children in her home country are suffering from occupation and terrorist shelling.
As OBOZREVATEL previously wrote, Lorak became a meme online after the drone attack on Moscow. Ukrainians thanked the controversial singer and made her the heroine of a funny video. In it, the traitor allegedly explains why her "revenge fund" attacked the Russian capital. To learn more, follow the link.