Russia embarrassed itself by a fake about the Kitchen star who spoke out against the war:Andrii Burkovskyi shows a telling photo
Russian theater and film actor Andrei Burkovsky, known to viewers for his role in the TV series Kitchen, trolled fellow citizens who spread rumors about the star's "return to Russia." Last spring, the actor emigrated to the United States because of the war in Ukraine, but propagandists never tire of inventing new "sensations" about the actor.
To set the record straight, he filmed an eloquent video that appeared on Instagram. Angry Russians, who for some reason still follow the "traitor's" blog, started insulting the actor and thanking him for moving (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
The other day, the Russian media was filled with headlines about Burkovskyi's "secret return" to Russia, where he allegedly took part in the filming of the TV series Mediator.
"Obviously, no one really appreciated his talent abroad. And he had nothing to live on. In short, the actor's American dream came crashing down. The once-successful actor in Russia found himself out of work overseas. It turned out that American directors did not want to cast a Russian screen star in their films," the propagandists mocked.
Burkovskyi responded to these accusations with a short video of himself posing in front of skyscrapers in America and smiling. The star's sarcastic commentary reads: "I read the news about myself. Very interesting".
The star did not react to the outraged comments of the Russians, although they tried to "stab" the actor, devaluing his work and calling him a "traitor."
It should be added that Burkovskyi did not make any unequivocal and loud statements condemning the war. In March 2022, the actor asked for "peace," briefly disappeared from social media, and for some time used to urge Russians to change their minds and stop discussing a possible nuclear strike.
Until 2022, the artist advertised his projects in Russia and came home often, but after the beginning of 2023, all his photos were taken in Los Angeles.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that actress Halyna Bezruk, originally from Kramatorsk, took part in a Moscow performance based on Nikolai Gogol's novel Viy. The artist dressed up in a wreath and embroidery, but sang in Russian.