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Ukrainian singer Anna Asti, who started earning bloody rubles in the terrorist state, has become one of the most expensive stars in Russia

Anna Asti has become one of the most popular and expensive singers in Russia

Ukrainian singer-traitor Anna Asti (Dzyuba), originally from Cherkasy, has turned out to be one of the most sought-after artists in Russia. During New Year's Eve corporate events, her 40-minute concert costs customers a tidy sum: up to 20 million rubles (over 8 million hryvnias).

The price tag directly depends on the venue, one of the organizers told Russian media. For example, a show in Moscow costs half as much, but the traitor can give several such concerts throughout the evening and night.

"Some of the most expensive artists in the winter of 2023 are Shaman, Anna Asti, Philipp Kirkorov, Nikolai Baskov, Stas Mikhailov, Ruki Vverh and Leningrad," the propagandists summarized.

Putinist "Shaman" is apparently invited to pro-Kremlin holidays to raise the "patriotic spirit" of the people as his repertoire mostly includes songs about "great" Russia.

Ukrainian singer Anna Asti, who started earning bloody rubles in the terrorist state, has become one of the most expensive stars in Russia

Anna Asti is known for her lyrical hits, which fans of Russian music love to dance to. "Anna Asti's performance in Moscow costs from 10 million, but she won't go to the regions for less than 20," an anonymous organizer of the events said.

By the way, in September of this year, the traitor started a new business in Russia. From now on, the Cherkasy native will run her own music label called FENIX MUSIC.

Ukrainian singer Anna Asti, who started earning bloody rubles in the terrorist state, has become one of the most expensive stars in Russia

To do this, the artist had to take a Russian passport and renounce her homeland forever. She could have done this back in 2020 but refused to do so in order to earn money in Ukraine.

As OBOZ.UA wrote, Anna Asti met a full-scale invasion in Ukraine but then returned to Moscow, where she continued to entertain citizens of the terrorist country. She recently said she plans to sing a Ukrainian-language song that would be "associated with her love for her homeland."

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