Dima Bilan emotional after MakSim confessed to alcoholism 18:12

Singer Dima Bilan supported his colleague MakSim (Marina Maksimova) on Instagram after confessing to alcoholism (the owner of Meta was recognized as an extremist in Russia and was banned).

Bilan said in the official video message from the rehabilitation clinic that he was very impressed by the thoughts and words MakSim said. He called the work of an artist and public life difficult tasks.

“Fragile, but how strong you are! May everything be fine!” — said the musician.

MakSim thanked Bilan for his support. He noted that the conversations they had with the singer played a big role for him.

July 13 singer MakSim published Video about alcohol addiction. According to the singer, she has been battling the disease in a rehabilitation clinic for a long time.

MakSim announced that he wanted to recover by drinking alcohol after suffering a severe coronavirus infection. But alcohol did not help and exacerbated his problems. Alcohol use and fatigue disrupted the March concert in Sochi.

July 3rd statedShe is scheduled to return to the stage in October after her spring tour was cancelled. The artist admitted that he put his body in order, working on his physical and psychological state.

Previously Dana Borisova advised MakSim to self-isolate.

Source: Gazeta


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