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Ukrainian woman with the longest hair in the Guinness Book of World Records turned out to be a supporter of Russia

Aliya Nasirova with the world's longest hair turned out to be a fan of Russia. Source: Aliya Nasirova's Instagram

A Ukrainian woman who entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the owner of the world's longest hair, Aliya Nasirova actively communicates with Russians, travels to occupied Crimea, and has never mentioned Russia's full-scale invasion, despite being born in Ukraine. The 35-year-old artist currently lives in Slovakia and publishes her content mostly in English.

Since the creation of her Instagram blog in December 2016, Nasirova has been making short posts in Russian or English and broadcasting her small victories in competitions organized by the aggressor country. OBOZ.UA has collected all the data that indicates the record holder's connection to Russia. The biography on the page lists four cities, one of which is located on the temporarily occupied Crimean peninsula: Yevpatoria, Kyiv, Riga, and Bratislava.

Ukrainian woman with the longest hair in the Guinness Book of World Records turned out to be a supporter of Russia

It's worth noting that for more than 7 years now, the woman has been talking about her hair, which has now grown to 2 m 57 cm and 3 mm. In one of her very first posts, she boasted of winning a silver medal in a beauty contest from the Russian skincare brand Natura Siberica. It's worth noting that she still uses their products to this day, as she writes about in her blog.

"Dear subscribers! This photo won the Natura Siberica competition for the longest hair across Russia and brought me second place!" she wrote in English.

Ukrainian woman with the longest hair in the Guinness Book of World Records turned out to be a supporter of Russia

According to her Instagram page, in 2017, she lived in Riga, the capital of Latvia, and traveled to Moscow at the same time, as evidenced by a post from a vacation at a local spa.

In particular, while the war in Ukraine was ongoing, Nasirova traveled to Crimea in 2017, namely to Bakhchisarai, and posted photos from there on her page. Later, she boasted about her photo in the New York Post, where she identified herself as Russian. "Russian Greatness Tightly Braided" was the headline of the article.

Ukrainian woman with the longest hair in the Guinness Book of World Records turned out to be a supporter of Russia
Ukrainian woman with the longest hair in the Guinness Book of World Records turned out to be a supporter of Russia

In May 2017, the artist came to Kyiv specifically for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, which was held on behalf of Ukraine, and then traveled to Crimea. She accompanied the photo against the sea with the hashtag "#Tell me whose Crimea is".

Ukrainian woman with the longest hair in the Guinness Book of World Records turned out to be a supporter of Russia

She spoke out about the massacre at the Kerch Polytechnic College in 2018 with words of support using the same hashtags. Since then, she has been traveling to Kyiv in parallel, but mostly to get back to the temporarily occupied territory.

Ukrainian woman with the longest hair in the Guinness Book of World Records turned out to be a supporter of Russia

However, she remained silent about Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, and in June she showed her followers videos of Russian models from Moscow . Friends of the long haired woman, who periodically appear on Nasirova's page, are almost all Russian citizens, many of whom have "fled" abroad over the past two years.

Ukrainian woman with the longest hair in the Guinness Book of World Records turned out to be a supporter of Russia

Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that a distant relative of Ukrainian publicist Vasyl Sukhomlynsky, Russian traditional music singer Marina Devyatova, complained about the refusal of Ukrainians to contact her. She named the perpetrators of the war and justified Putin.

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