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Vlad Yama angered Ukrainians with photos from Crimea

Vlad Yama angered the network with his photo from Crimea. Source: Instagram/vladyama_official

Choreographer Vlad Yama, who has been living in the United States with his wife and son since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, shared a photo from Yalta with his followers, but it had one caveat: it was dated 2012 when Crimea was not yet occupied by Russian troops. The dancer dedicated his post to the International Day of Dance.

In the photo on Instagram, Vlad Yama swims in pants and a shirt underwater in a swimming pool. This provoked a whole discussion in the comments, to which the dancer himself even responded.

"How's life? Everything must be cool, calm?" wrote Roman Veremeenko.

Vlad Yama angered Ukrainians with photos from Crimea

Then other users defended the choreographer, but later the discussion split into two camps, with those who condemned the dancer's actions and agreed with the first commentator joining in.

"Well, first of all, you don't have any information about his help for Ukraine, and secondly, it must be hard for you in life when it seems that everyone around you owes something to someone. You have to take care of yourself. Did you donate too much? Or maybe you didn't wait for an invitation and mobilized yourself?" wrote user Yana Krykun, and in response she received an explanation from Roman Veremeenko about regular assistance to the army.

Vlad Yama angered Ukrainians with photos from Crimea
Vlad Yama angered Ukrainians with photos from Crimea
Vlad Yama angered Ukrainians with photos from Crimea
Vlad Yama angered Ukrainians with photos from Crimea

Artur Avdeev later joined the fight and asked Veremeenko to leave Vlad Yama alone in an obscene manner. Later, this message was even liked by the dancer himself. "You shouldn't be *f*cked. Watch your life," the man wrote.

As a reminder, Vlad Yama currently lives in Miami, USA, as he himself stated on Instagram. According to his colleague, choreographer Yevhen Kot, the dancer plans to return to Ukraine after the war ends.

"About six months ago, I was told by mutual friends that he sincerely believes that he will live in Kyiv without any problems. He doesn't "shoot away" what happened at all, he thinks that if he organizes some fundraisers for the Armed Forces, donates himself, it will be enough," the dancer said.

Vlad Yama angered Ukrainians with photos from Crimea

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