Ukrainian showman and actor Anton lirnyk for the first time commented on the scandal saying the stars somedy Slub Andrei molochnyi about “fascists in Kiev”. The lyre has confessed that he tries to refrain from commenting on this issue and has no plans of meeting with a former colleague.
Anton lirnyk admitted that they had Andrei Milk regularly called up because they played together in the “Duet Chekhov”, but haven’t talked.
Andriy Molochny and Anton lirnyk photo: duetchehova.com.ua
“I don’t know where he is now working as a Duo Chekhov is long gone. I refrained from commenting because I don’t like when you poison the man who, in the opinion of the society, made a mistake and wrote that contrary to the opinions of the majority. If someone makes a mistake, I’m ready to talk to him personally and tell him my opinion. But to join the public flogging I was not very impressed,” says the lyre. Anton Lirnyk
About a possible meeting with Milk lirnyk noted that while this is in his plans, but over time, it is likely to:
Anton lirnyk, photo: kino-teatr
On the question to see if Anton’s desire to meet with Milk, showman said
“Now I will not do that — he, too, will survive this situation, I am sure that for him it is too painful. But when the hype dies down and everyone’s a bit calmer, I will talk to him. I’m interested to hear his thoughts on this issue.” Anton Lirnyk
We will remind, earlier surfaced archived video of Andrew Dairy about Ukraine
As reported by the portal “Know.ia”, Prytula responded to the words of Milk on the “Nazis in Kiev”
Also Know As.Eeyore” wrote that the comedian Dairy told the Russians about the atrocities of the “Ukrainian fascists”
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