Famous Russian rapper and former member of the Moscow hip-hop group CENTR Alexey Dolmatov “Guf” challenged the bronze prize-winner of Olympic games-2004 in judo, the Deputy of the state Duma of the Russian Federation of the sixth convocation Dmitry Nosov.
This became known thanks to the Russian media.
“Noses, come here, I’m alone on the beach, come on. I think you and I have the outstanding question – the slim, me, my wife, wife, slim, bridesmaid, Sam [is the question]. Where do you train? Want me to come alone? Where do you train? You’re ****** [screwed] fighters, galustiani. Come, come, member, ***** [damn it].
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Carefully, in the video there is profanity!!!
You got me ******* [zadolbali] all. I imagine the flag of Russia Nabil, the sign of “Aeroflot”, a grenade, a pistol – you do not say that I’m not Mussorgsky? Can you give me some drugs throw? You did long ago moved the road. I want to know where I crossed your path so that you ****** [fucking] ******* [Fantomas] wanted to deprive me of all future.
It is worth Recalling that in 2015 the participants of the group CENTR Guf slim and was detained at the airport of Krasnoyarsk employees of the Federal service on control over drug trafficking. Blood rappers found traces of cocaine and marijuana, both detained for six days. The initiator of the arrest of slim Guf and became the movement “Antikiller”, which is headed by Dmitry Nosov.
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