Anet Say apologizes for using the traffic police car as a VIP taxi 12:27

Russian singer Anet Sai apologized for the video posted inside the car of the State traffic inspectorate in Volgograd. In this respect informs

“What a great concern for the organizers, when the artist reaches his beloved audience in different cities, who have been waiting for this day and this concert for a long time. We didn’t want to offend the people who helped me in this situation in any way. I, Saydaliyeva Anna Vyacheslavovna, Anet Say, sincerely apologize on behalf of myself and my entire team for the video that was posted.

Earlier, a video appeared on social networks in which Anet Sai said that after the concert she was called by a traffic police car to go to Volgograd airport without traffic jams. On the way, the girl put on the hat of a traffic policeman, and also said that they went around all the traffic jams.

After checking the fact of the event lay off two colonels: the head of the regional UGIBDD Alexander Stepanov and the deputy head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the city of Volgograd Alexei Klimov.

Source: Gazeta


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