Ukrainian woman becomes 'best singer of the year' in Russia: which traitors supported her

Anna Asti appeared at a Russian award

The day before, Russia hosted the RU TV award ceremony, where stars loyal to Putin's terrorist regime were presented with statuettes for their musical achievements. According to the Russians, Ukrainian traitor Anna Asti (real name: Anna Dzyuba) was named "Singer of the Year".

She also took home three other awards, including Song of the Year and Breakthrough of the Year. From the stage, the Cherkasy native thanked the Russians and said that she had sung for them "not in vain" (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).

The artist performed several of her Russian-language hits to entertain the audience of the propaganda channel and, as always, did not say a word about the genocide of her people.


The same traitors to Ukraine as she came to support the star at the award. Among those who took part in the event were Donetsk native Alexander Revva (Arthur Pirozhkov) and Odesa resident Stas Kostyushkin, who once again sang in the duet "Tea for Two".

It is worth noting that another Odesa resident who is silent about the war, rapper GeeGun, also appeared on the red carpet. Interestingly, almost none of the Russians received the main awards of the Russian Prize. For example, the "Singer of the Year" was awarded to Jony, an artist from Azerbaijan.


We would like to remind you that the Ukrainian was also named "Singer of the Year" at the Zhara Music Awards held in Moscow on 6 April. Read more about this in our article.

As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Anna Asti lost her business in Russia because of her Ukrainian passport. The supporter of Putin's regime can no longer be an entrepreneur after the expiry of the document confirming the right to temporarily or permanently reside in Russia. She has not yet received a passport of the aggressor country.

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