Ukrainian singer showed how she was attacked by an inadequate Russian woman in Moldova shouting "Glory to Russia"
Ukrainian singer and blogger SHADU (Ksenia Shadurska) became a victim of an aggressive Russian woman in Moldova. The citizen of the terrorist country saw a Ukrainian woman with a blue and yellow flag abroad and apparently did not like it very much. She attacked the performer with insults and slogans "Glory to Russia".
SHADU wrote about it on her InstaStories. After the unpleasant incident, the Ukrainian woman also recorded an emotional appeal to the Russians, in which she expressed everything she thought about them (to watch the video, scroll to the bottom of the page).
A woman from the Russian Federation, seeing the flag of Ukraine in the hands of Ksenia, who was waiting in the park for the director to shoot a video for the song Stand with Ukraine, ran up to the Ukrainian and poured coffee on her.
Then the odious lady shouted: "Go back to your Ukraine. Glory to Russia, you understand? What the f**k are you filming?"
SHADU admitted that this situation knocked her out of her rut, although she had encountered Russian aggression before - albeit only online. Now the singer has faced it live.
"When these fans of the 'Russian world' write to you on social media, you're already somehow used to it. But when you meet them on the street, when they attack you just because you are Ukrainian and because you have a Ukrainian flag, it's completely different. Now I want to appeal to all Russians, you Katsap c***holes, you are the bottom, you are humus. After what you have done to my country, you have no right to exist, you have no right to open your ugly mouth. You have no right to approach us, Ukrainians. You don't have the right to live in the 21st century," the singer said sharply.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that Ukrainian TV presenter Anna Olytska, after her stay in Budapest, was convinced that citizens in Hungary not only support Ukraine in the war against Russia, but also praise the terrorist country, calling it a "very powerful" state. This is not the first time that the journalist has encountered the negative attitude of Hungarians toward Ukrainians. Read more in our article.