As you know, singer Natasha Koroleva actively leads his Instagram page and often pleases fans of various video clips and photos. Recently, the celebrity has put a strange excerpt from the video, deciding to boast of their talents with Tarzan son Arkhip. So, the guy starred in the movie with a girl named Dasha and performed a song called “Oh, boy”, which of course in no way resembles a bad parody of a popular Ukrainian group “Time and Glass” Nadia Dorofeeva and Positive.
“Youth in a creative search ! Dasha (feat Arkhip @arkhipglushko !!! Oh,boy!!! Oh,yay!!!“, signed clip Natasha Koroleva. Followers not passed, criticizing such art: “Horror”, “I do not want someone to hurt, success of course, but for me a very bad impression on the Time and Glass. Many people have many opinions, but I am the first and last listened to. The horror.”, “Yeah suck it”, “better cooks.”, “There is a continuity of generations to show on his father. Mother ,somehow not comme Il faut. Well,not sounds!😮😜🤭”, “The nature of the son rested”, “to Sing is not his….nature someone needs to rest…Natasha your family sufficiently bright people…son apparently need to look at another”, “the Horror, Natasha went to the roof?”.
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