Ukrainian singer Svetlana Loboda called her stagemates Alla Pugacheva and Zemfira (known in the Russian Federation as a foreign agent) “idols” of the Russian stage. Sound.
“Smart people, theatrical figures left Russia. Who would have thought that now the songs of Alla Borisovna Pugacheva and Zemfira would be banned in Russia? These were the two idols on which show business was based. These are cult singers,” said Loboda.
The artist noted that after the start of the special operations, he corresponded with his musician friend Philip Kirkorov. According to Loboda, she asked the singer to “understand” them and “not support the regime”. The actor complained for a long time that he focused on his own problems and did not care about politics.
“I was young and did not understand much. I was only focused on myself. I always used to say that I understand nothing about politics, ”the star concluded.
Previously Loboda told how he was promised big money if he stayed in Russia.
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