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Yana Solomko, who sat on two chairs and sang to the occupiers, publicly justified herself and asked not to be judged

Yana Solomko clumsily explained why she lived in Russia until 2023 and sang to the occupiers. Source: Instagram of Yana Solomko

Ukrainian singer Yana Solomko, who entertained Russians with her songs during the full-scale war, has for the first time justified herself for "sitting on two chairs." The finalist of the "Bachelor 1" project confessed her love for Ukraine in her profile, which is closed to Ukrainians, but said that she did not feel guilty about working in Russia in 2022/23 and was supposedly obliged to close all work issues in the terrorist country.

Solomko claimed that she was acting under a contract, so no one has the right to condemn her for this. This post with lame excuses appeared on her page after the wedding.

It should be recalled that until recently, the Ukrainian posted photos from Russia and continued to create there. One of her songs, released on February 22, 2023, on the eve of the first anniversary of the full-scale invasion, tells of worrying about the fate of her beloved, who will "return with victory."

Yana Solomko, who sat on two chairs and sang to the occupiers, publicly justified herself and asked not to be judged

The video was filmed in Russia, the monument to the "Panfilov Heroes" appears in the frame, and the video was produced by the traitor Yuriy Bardash, who was already living in Russia and slandering Ukraine. Under the video, there are a number of Russian numbers and an offer to give a concert, and the track was released on Russian music platforms. There is no doubt that it was written to support Russian women waiting for their terrorist husbands from the war in Ukraine.

This is how Solomko explains it: "I moved to Russia in 2018, before the war (not during the war), and it was a completely professional decision. I had contractual obligations. It was difficult to stay in Russia as a Ukrainian during the war. Eventually, I managed to finish my contract and leave Russia for the United States. Russia was not my homeland. I am Ukrainian, and this will never change, no matter what anyone says or writes. Before and after the war started, I did what I had to do as a professional with a legal contract, and this is not subject to anyone's condemnation."

Yana Solomko, who sat on two chairs and sang to the occupiers, publicly justified herself and asked not to be judged

Obviously, the fact that many other stars who worked and lived in Russia left in 2022 did not convince the artist to do the same. For example, the singer Max Barskykh canceled all his concerts and did not compensate the terrorists for a single penny.

Yana Solomko, who sat on two chairs and sang to the occupiers, publicly justified herself and asked not to be judged

"I wish everyone to stay healthy, be grateful for what God gives us, and enjoy life. I wish peace to Ukraine, as well as to every Ukrainian living in different parts of the world. Ukraine is in my prayers," Solomko wrote.

She also denied that her husband was Russian, calling him a "multinational person." The traitor to Ukraine decided to give up her art and devote herself to her family. As for her whereabouts, the artist admitted that she would no longer live in Miami because she was moving to Europe.

Yana Solomko, who sat on two chairs and sang to the occupiers, publicly justified herself and asked not to be judged

Why such a "sincere" patriot of Ukraine did not want to return to her homeland, for which she allegedly prays, remained a mystery to her subscribers.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that in July 2022, Solomko took part in a Moscow concert, during which she cynically said from the stage: "I am very pleased to be here."

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