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"X-Factor" judge Seryoga spoke nonsense about "Nazis" in Ukraine on RosTV and boasted about how he took his two sons out of there before Russia's invasion

Seryoga spoke nonsense about "Nazis" in Ukraine. Source: Instagram/olympicteamby

Belarusian rapper Seryoga (real name: Sergei Parkhomenko), who lived in Ukraine for about 10 years with his two sons Mark and Platon, was a judge on the X Factor and dreamed of the revival of the USSR, admitted that he fled abroad with his children because of his political views. For the first time in the 2.5 years of Russia's full-scale war, he also announced his position on armed aggression. Previously, the artist did not appear in public space and did not comment on anything.

A few months before the full-scale invasion began, he took his children with him to Minsk, the capital of Belarus. The rapper admitted in an interview with propagandist Boris Korchevnikov on Russian television that the reason for taking his sons to the world of propaganda was his unwillingness to have them live with their "Nazi" mother, Polina Ololo.

''X-Factor'' judge Seryoga spoke nonsense about ''Nazis'' in Ukraine on RosTV and boasted about how he took his two sons out of there before Russia's invasion

"I began to observe with concern the environment in which they are being brought up. I understand that it's about choosing values, about the picture of the world in which they will grow up. And the choice is between a responsible approach and an approach where there is not much responsibility, between patriotic and liberal. In short, I would not want my sons to be raised by Nazis. That's why we agreed with their mother that I would raise them," Seryoga admitted.

''X-Factor'' judge Seryoga spoke nonsense about ''Nazis'' in Ukraine on RosTV and boasted about how he took his two sons out of there before Russia's invasion

The rapper does not have Ukrainian citizenship. He cunningly promised Polina Ololo that he would go abroad with his children for a short time, but in an interview, he said that he would stay with them forever in Belarus. He said that he had allegedly predicted the war, although he did not rule out the possibility that he had been informed about it by his friends in Russia.

In response, the host Korchevnikov, following the propaganda methodology, was only fake surprised and said: "Wow".

''X-Factor'' judge Seryoga spoke nonsense about ''Nazis'' in Ukraine on RosTV and boasted about how he took his two sons out of there before Russia's invasion

"Today, it is very difficult to hide any information, even an information bomb. I had information about the threat the guys were under at the time. We can say that I foresaw the development of events. Now it is clear that I was right," he continued to say.

Dramatic music began to play in the background, psychologically influencing the viewer's subconscious, attracting his attention, and making him believe any lie, even the one that Ukrainians' calls to boycott Russian-language cultural property are an information bomb. It was at this point that Seryoga declared that the full-scale war launched by Russia was a "special military operation," the so-called "SVO."

''X-Factor'' judge Seryoga spoke nonsense about ''Nazis'' in Ukraine on RosTV and boasted about how he took his two sons out of there before Russia's invasion

The show continued with the rapper's offer to feed Korchevnikov pancakes and bacon. The rapper brought them to the studio and joked: "Belarusian cultural troops." For their sake, he even knelt down and began to eat for the camera and did not hide his smacking. In response, Serhiy humiliated the interlocutor: "Belarusian pancakes make you kneel."

''X-Factor'' judge Seryoga spoke nonsense about ''Nazis'' in Ukraine on RosTV and boasted about how he took his two sons out of there before Russia's invasion

Insulting someone in this way is not new for the rapper. With his common-law wife, Polina Ololo, he could afford to be violent, but the propagandist also "punished" his children. "They were sad, they wanted to go home, they were severely punished: "Stand on buckwheat. He beat me half to death, my whole fur coat was covered in blood," the host quoted the statement of the former elected representative of Seryoga.

In response, the rapper decided to cover his tracks and appear as a saint in front of the cameras. However, he did not deny the violence on his part.

''X-Factor'' judge Seryoga spoke nonsense about ''Nazis'' in Ukraine on RosTV and boasted about how he took his two sons out of there before Russia's invasion

"God is her judge," the rapper said laconically and only dared to say that "she was used in the dark." Interestingly, he mocked his wife and sons "for the sake of the happiness of his children."

It is known that while Serhiy Parkhomenko lived in Ukraine, he was the unofficial husband of Polina Ololo. The relationship gave birth to two sons – Mark, now 14, and Platon, now 13. In 2019, he stole the children and hid them from their mother, and later court cases began, which strangely ended in favor of the rapper. According to Parkhomenko, his eldest son is studying to become a military officer at the Suvorov School in Minsk, and his younger son is studying at a lyceum. In all his 47 years, Serhiy has never been married.

''X-Factor'' judge Seryoga spoke nonsense about ''Nazis'' in Ukraine on RosTV and boasted about how he took his two sons out of there before Russia's invasion

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