Revenge for supporting the war? New intimate videos of ex-Russian national team captain and Putin fan Dzyuba leaked online
New intimate photos of former Russian national team captain Artem Dzyuba were posted online on Friday, June 9. Moreover, it is alleged that the Lokomotiv Moscow striker's phone was hacked by Ukrainian hackers.
Russian beauty blogger Milana Petrova (real name: Andrey Petrov) wrote about this on her Telegram channel. She noted that she had received several videos of Dzyuba engaging in self-satisfaction and filming it on her phone.
"I received a text from a Ukrainian number and was told that Ukrainians were very upset when they found out that Dzyuba had supported the war. Apparently, they hacked into the phone of his Ukrainian mistress. The Ukrainians leaked me the full archive of a dozen videos that Dzyuba sent to his Ukrainian mistress. It must have been hacked. I'm starting to publish it, it's the most lame thing. No one else has these videos. It turns out that Artem Dzyuba is not particularly fond of traditional values. He shows his arse on all the videos, he dreams of sitting on something," Petrova wrote.
It should be noted that this is the second time intimate videos featuring Dzyuba have been leaked. In November 2020, a video surfaced online that the footballer sent to one of the hosts of the propaganda TV channel Match TV. As a result, he was stripped of his captain's armband at Zenit St Petersburg and expelled from the Russian national team.
It should be noted that after Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Dzyuba spoke out in support of dictator Vladimir Putin.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, former Shakhtar Donetsk footballer Yevhen Selezniov called his move to Russian side Kuban a mistake, saying, "How could I do that?".