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"When will there be hits in Russian?" Khlyvniuk responded to the journalist's stupid question with a swear word and caused hysterical laughter in the audience

Andrii Khlyvniuk explains when he will sing old Russian-language hits with swearing

Ukrainian singer, frontman of the band Boombox, and now a volunteer and soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Andrii Khlyvniuk, spoke obscenely about the question of a DW journalist about the return of Russian-language songs to the repertoire. Her question was so inappropriate that the artist decided to immortalize his response during one of his Drone Tour concerts.

His stance on songs in Russian was welcomed by the audience attending the concert, as can be seen in the video the band posted on Instagram. The audience was loud and hysterically laughing at the singer's metaphors, thus supporting his statements. In his speech, Khlyvniuk made it clear that he has a positive attitude towards all ethnic groups in Ukraine, and that the source of hatred is outside the borders of our country.

"The good people who have gathered here today are basically cosmopolitan, I think. Ukraine is a multinational state, multireligious and multicultural. You can be a representative of any ethnic group. By racist p*deration, we simply mean a certain territory that is under the rule of fierce ghouls, f*cking morons," Khlyvniuk began his speech.

The singer said that he had not abandoned his old Russian-language songs, but would be able to sing only after the Russian regime disappeared completely.

"A girl from DW asked me when the time will come when you will sing your Russian-language cool songs again. We love them. No problem! Mass uprising, killing the Kremlin leaders, burning the f*cking Kremlin. The Russians will string the heads and sh*ts of these fuckers on skewers. And please, there will be everything you want," he said sharply.

''When will there be hits in Russian?'' Khlyvniuk responded to the journalist's stupid question with a swear word and caused hysterical laughter in the audience

The audience at the concert shared the volunteer's political position. At first, some people shouted words of support, but later all the visitors immediately supported the singer with loud shouting and sometimes laughter.

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