Famous Russian comedian Maxim Galkin concert in Novosibirsk (Russia) criticized the propaganda channels for political censorship and the frequent mention of Ukraine. In addition, he poignantly spoke about the figure of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin.
According to TV producer Leonid Mazor, courage showman can have unpleasant consequences. About it reports “Radio Freedom”.
Mazor said that he already knew Galkina as a courageous and honest man. However, Galkin to people associated with glamour, rather than reflecting opposition views, not to mention public statements against the Russian government.
Maxim Galkin, Instagram
“Then suddenly the person associated with this segment of the population, says things that are characteristic of the Bulk, many other bright opposition”, – surprised the producer.
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According to Masora, performance Galkina says that “in another segment of the population people can no longer endure.”
“That’s when he would say it’s close, when these shows will begin in Moscow, then it will be scary to many,” warned Mazor.
He suggested that soon the “go order” to ban concerts Galkin.
Recall, Galkin ridiculed the search of a bride for Putin.
As reported by the portal Znayu Pugacheva and Galkin have concealed two more children, meet Harry and Lisa, Alina and Gregory.
The portal also Znayu wrote that Pugachev was younger and went to “Sin”, but not with Galkin.
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