The son of the legendary Vladimir Vysotsky Nikita condemned is with his father, which in social networks has placed the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI). Nikita Vysotsky criticized this initiative, calling it unwise and tactless.
“This is stupid. In my opinion, it is wrong from a legal point of view. Still from an ethical point of view, it is more than strange, because Vysotsky is not associated with people who are prone to whistleblowing. There may be nothing bad, but it’s weird, stupid and insensitive. So say,” said Nikita Vysotsky. Nikita Vysotsky
Advertising Vysotsky, screenshot: Facebook
One should notice that the ads contained scenes with Vladimir Vysotsky from the film “meeting Place cannot be changed”, where he played a major role of Gleb Zheglov. The caption on the advert says:”the meeting Place cannot be changed. We have something to talk about. We also love Vysotsky”.
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“Nothing unusual, just the FBI recruits informants through advertising on Facebook with a photo of Vladimir Vysotsky in Gleb zheglova’s role. Waiting for a response from the FSB and classmates” react in the network.
Advertising Vysotsky, screenshot: Telegrams
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