Anna Asti’s Russia tour is in danger 14:30

The tour of singer Anna Asti (Anna Asti, real name Anna Dzyuba) in Russia was in danger. In this respect reports Telegram channel Mash with a link to its source.

The singer’s performances were unsuccessful in five cities – Volgograd, Saratov, Krasnodar, Togliatti and Nizhny Novgorod. According to the source, cancellations may also occur in other cities. An insider revealed that even in cases where concert cancellations were not announced, fans of the artist began returning tickets.

After attending the “naked” party of blogger Anastasia Ivleeva at the end of 2023, Anna Asti lost 13 million rubles due to the cancellation of the New Year’s corporate party.

The other day, representatives of the Phoenix Music music company, whose founder is Anna Asti, mercenary Millions of dollars in debt to the Federal Tax Service.

Contrary to media publications claiming that the debt of 7.6 million rubles has not been paid, the record company said that the debt has been paid by November 10, 2023.

Previously, singer Nikolai Baskov was in the TNT program “Sweetie” she made a joke on the new image of singer Philip Kirkorov.

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Source: Gazeta


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