Vira Brezhnieva, who publicly supported Ukraine and condemned the war, had her business taken away from her in Russia
Famous Ukrainian singer Vera Brezhneva lived and worked in Russia for a long time, but after the full-scale invasion, she publicly condemned Russian aggression and moved abroad. Because of her anti-war stance, the star's last business in Russia was taken away from her, so now she has absolutely nothing to do with the terrorist country. In this case, it was a women's clothing store called Myseasons.
The boutique is located in St. Petersburg. The artist opened it in tandem with designer Khanna Khmelova. Now the latter is the sole owner of the store, according to propaganda media.
According to Russian pseudo-journalists, the designer recently left the joint venture with the singer, Maisons LLC. The reason given was Brezhneva's complete non-participation in the business.
The singer was supposed to do PR and brand promotion, and the designer was to do the rest. After February 24, of course, the Ukrainian did not advertise the fashion boutique in St. Petersburg. Meanwhile, Khmelova quickly withdrew from the joint LLC and became the sole owner of the business. But Brezhneva's LLC was closed for debt.
Recall that after the outbreak of a full-scale war, Brezhnieva condemned the actions of the occupiers and supported the Motherland, which, of course, angered the odious Z-patriots. Thus, the artist began singing in Ukrainian and helped load trucks in the warehouse with humanitarian aid.
Also, at one of her concerts, the celebrity said that she donated all her earnings to Ukrainians. This caused hysteria among Russians.
Brezhnieva's divorce from producer Konstiantyn Meladze was also a big deal. There had been rumors about this for a long time, but in October of this year they were officially confirmed. The couple's relationship was accompanied by scandals, secrets, and criticism, but during the full-scale war in Ukraine, the artists put an end to it. Read more about it in the article.
As OBOZ.UA wrote earlier, Vera Brezhnieva shared her thoughts on the war and her divorce from Meladze. The singer said that she was a "good girl," but now everything has changed.