Ukrainian producer, singer and dancer Yuri Bardash recently gave well-known Russian journalist Yuri Dude great candid interviews. Interesting is the fact that the ex-producer of “Mushrooms” voiced their attitude to the late singer and showman Andrey Kuzmenko (Kuzma).
This became known thanks to a video on YouTube on the channel “wdwd”.
Bardash said he believes the deceased Andrei Kuzmenko the greatest man and hero. Also, according to the Ukrainian producer and singer, if Kuzma was alive, the war in the Donbass would not have happened.
Yuri Bardash Yuri Dude, YouTube
“This is the greatest man. He is a true hero. I don’t believe your teacher, I was pleased with it very much to communicate, but we with him for two years, were good friends. When I came to television with the ballet with her, we could hardly be called a ballet, I collected all types on the street just. Hell punks, dreadlocks plastered. He was already then very much respectively, transmission “Chance” and he says this: “It’s types of cool.” He and we were allowed to do whatever we want. And in General is the greatest man. If he were alive, he would not have made this war. It was the only person respected in the East and the West,” said Bardash.
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