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How the Ukrainian traitor Liubov Uspenska became the favorite of Liudmyla Yanukovych and earned millions from gangsters

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Liubov Uspenska was the favorite singer of Liudmyla Yanukovych

Liubov Uspenskaya can be associated with many things, but not with Ukraine. And that's a shame... Liuba is a native of Kyiv. By the way, she was born on February 24. It sounds symbolic in the context of the civic position of a former Ukrainian woman. I invite you to dive into some of the spicy details of the singer's life.

It is a well-known fact that she lived in America for a long time. She left the USSR to realize her most cherished dream. She sang in restaurants and hotels, and was in great demand among national minorities, from Armenians to Roma. The timbre of Uspenska's voice enchanted listeners. She had wealthy, influential patrons, but there was no global recognition or success in the United States.

After America, Liubov took a vector to conquer the post-Soviet space and did not lose. The status of the "Queen of Chanson" quickly gained a foothold for the Ukrainian, and the artist immediately gained huge recognition after the incredible success of the song "I'm Gone," which was released in 1997.

How the Ukrainian traitor Liubov Uspenska became the favorite of Liudmyla Yanukovych and earned millions from gangsters

Few people know that Uspenska earned her multimillion-dollar fortune thanks to the "patrons" of the 90s. In the nineties, there was not a single influential gang in the Russian Federation that did not invite Uspenska to their party. Liuba got to the heart of the gangster's soul with her voice. She was paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to hear her sing live at least once in her life. Rumor has it that the criminal mastermind and Russian thief-in-law Viacheslav Ivankov, known by the pseudonym Japonchik, was obsessed with Liuba's work. As a token of his respect, he gave the singer the most expensive diamond jewelry and elite Moscow square meters.

The queen of chanson's regular tours to Rostov restaurants and beyond are legendary.

Liudmyla Yanukovych, the first lady of Ukraine, the wife of the former fugitive president of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, invited Liubov Uspenska to every family holiday, from her birthday to March 8. No money was spared. The singer's concert director took the money out in black cases.

But Viktor Yanukovych's favorite singer was another Putinist chanson singer, Olena Vaienha.

How the Ukrainian traitor Liubov Uspenska became the favorite of Liudmyla Yanukovych and earned millions from gangsters

Uspenska's life resembled a tale of those times: the criminal underworld, influential admirers, unprecedented gifts, even a bathtub filled with currency bills. Everything was there except for personal happiness. The singer faced significant issues with her daughter due to her lack of attention, and she didn't find happiness with her child's father. This led to a long-term struggle with alcoholism, which she was never able to overcome. Every concert ended with a drink in her hand.

Uspenska loved to perform in Ukraine and continued touring her homeland until February 24, 2022.

I would like to remind you that the last time Uspenska held a major concert at the "Ukraine" Palace was on September 19, 2021. During the performance, Liubov delighted the audience with a duet of the song "You Didn't Forget" with Anastasiia Kamenskykh.

After the start of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the elderly and confused Uspenska not only supported Russia's actions but also expressed her happiness at receiving a Russian passport in her old age.

I hope that Uspenska and the head of the Kremlin will have their place in the afterlife.

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