Ukrainian singer Santa Dimopulos angered the network with cooperation with a Russian woman: what is known
The popular Ukrainian singer Santa Dimopoulos, who went abroad with her children and husband after the full-scale invasion, celebrated the New Year in Bali without her family. There she organized a spicy photo shoot for herself. The author of the photos was Tatiana Kudryashova, a photographer from St. Petersburg.
This caused outrage online. The photographer, according to her profile on social media, currently lives in Indonesia, but continues to "travel" to her homeland, where she also publishes some of her photos. Santa shared the results of her photo shoot on InstaStories.
"It's beautiful, even without retouching," the artist captioned the shots in English. In them, she poses completely naked, covering her intimate parts with her hands.
In the stories, the former "girl from Viagra" unoted the photographer with whom she had collaborated. Going to Tatyana's page, we can see that her profile description lists Bali and St. Petersburg as her places of residence.
Kudryashova posted photos with geo-referenced locations in Russian cities even after the full-scale invasion. She marked not only St. Petersburg, but also studios in Moscow, Murmansk, etc.
It should be noted that this is not the first time Dimopoulos has been involved in scandals because of her entertainment during the war. Recently, the singer was spotted at the party of the daughter of Russian oligarch Eldar Osmanov in Monaco.
Some time later, she also boasted of a vacation on the island of Mykonos, Greece. The photos show that the singer was vacationing in the company of her friends, including the notorious Odesa resident Yulia Buryak, the ex-wife of Russian oligarch Leonid Arapov, nicknamed the "Aluminum King." Details are available here.
OBOZ.UA also wrote that on Holodomor Remembrance Day, Dimopoulos posted a video of her friend's birthday celebration and got into a scandal. Later, she apologized for the controversial post. The performer explained that she had forgotten on which day the memory of the victims is honored, because she had taken a "day off" from the news.