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All Poshlaya Molly's concerts canceled in Poland after the soloist's "jokes" about the Polish language and the Russian Empire: what Bledny says now

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All Poshlaya Molly concerts canceled in Poland after scandal

The frontman of the famous Ukrainian rock band Poshlaya Molly, who for many years before the full-scale invasion was building a career in Russia, Kirill Tymoshenko, aka Bledny, caused a stir by saying that Poles should speak a "normal language," i.e. Russian. Moreover, the singer advised Poland to become part of the "Russian Empire." Later, the musician assured that it was an unsuccessful attempt at a joke, and that he had an adequate pro-Ukrainian position. However, neither Poles nor Ukrainians appreciated the artist's sense of humor. The concert tour of "Poshlaya Molly" in Poland was completely canceled.

The organizers of the concerts, Winiary Bookings, announced the cancellation of concerts in Gdansk, Warsaw, Krakow, Poznan, and Wroclaw, which were scheduled for November and December. Kyrylo himself also announced the news on his personal Instagram page.

Following the news of the show's cancellation, Bledny once again apologized for his "jokes" that offended many of his fans and other netizens.

"I realize that this satire was extremely unfortunate and offended many people. The concerts in Poland are canceled. For those who purchased tickets, I am very sorry for letting you down. You will be able to get your money back at the place of purchase. And once again, I would like to sincerely apologize to the people who were hurt by my words," Tymoshenko commented.

All Poshlaya Molly's concerts canceled in Poland after the soloist's ''jokes'' about the Polish language and the Russian Empire: what Bledny says now

Also on his InstaStories, the singer posted a video in which he decided to clarify that he condemns Russian aggression and has a pro-Ukrainian position, as he is a Ukrainian from the Kharkiv region.

All Poshlaya Molly's concerts canceled in Poland after the soloist's ''jokes'' about the Polish language and the Russian Empire: what Bledny says now

"I'm so deep in my humor that it becomes unclear what kind of person I am and what my position is... I have an absolutely pro-Ukrainian position. Most of all, I would not want you to think that I am "laughing" at the tragedy. I'm not having fun. I am very concerned about all these events... My friends, my family, a lot of my acquaintances are in Ukraine, and I definitely do not wish them harm. As well as no one in this world," Kirill said.

 

We will remind, the other day Tymoshenko said with a curse that Poles should "learn a normal language", i.e. Russian. He also advised Poland to "join the Russian Empire, as before."

As expected, the artist's statements provoked a very strong reaction online. After a flurry of criticism, Kirill recorded a video with excuses, in which he stated that all his words were a joke. He tried to prove that he was sure that his humor would be understood and appreciated. However, these explanations only angered the public even more.

For reference:

"Poshlaya Molly" is a Ukrainian band that Kirill Bledny founded in Kharkiv in 2016. The musicians perform synth-punk songs. Blednyi and other band members left Russia shortly after the full-scale invasion. "Poshlaya Molly took part in the Save Ukraine charity tour.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that the tour of rapper Ivan Minaev, better known under the pseudonym XOLIDAYBOY, came to an end ahead of schedule. The singer from the temporarily occupied Crimea, who proved his love for Russia, was served with a draft notice.

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