Ukrainian producer Yuriy Bardash received a Russian passport and flaunted it against the backdrop of Putin's portrait
The scandalous Ukrainian producer Yuriy Bardash, who fled to Moscow after the full-scale invasion and claimed from there that he was a "Russian man" and that Russia was a "great and powerful state," has achieved his goal. The traitor was granted Russian citizenship.
With the aggressor's red passport, Bardash was photographed in front of a portrait of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin and a rag that Russians call their flag. The producer showed his smiling face to his subscribers on his Telegram channel.
The ex-producer of the well-known bands Quest Pistols, Gryby, Nervy and singer Wellboy also told the propaganda media that he was "very happy to receive a Russian passport." A Z-patriot from Alchevsk, Luhansk region, who has lived in Kyiv for many years, added that he "enjoyed" the anthem of the terrorist country during the oath.
As a reminder, on the fifth month of the full-scale invasion, Bardash scandalized the world by comparing the Ukrainian liberation war to the Nazi ideas of Germany during World War II. The Putinist's statements resonated with Ukrainians and partially ruined the life of his beloved, who immediately denied her husband's statements and soon even hinted at divorcing him.
However, this did not stop him, so the very next day, Bardash broadcast a new batch of nonsense about the victory of the "great and powerful" Russia on live TV.
In 2022, Bardash happily congratulated Putin on his 70th birthday, openly sucking up to him. The musician wished the terrorist jubilee "to rule for at least another 10-15 years." The producer called the Kremlin leader, who organized the genocide of the Ukrainian people, "the great ruler of the Russian lands."
As OBOZ.UA previously reported, after the scandal, Ukrainian musician and host Kolya Serga sarcastically noted that one should not accuse the producer of treason, as he had never been part of the Ukrainian people. The singer recalled how Bardash used to beat his ex-wife.