The court rejected Yegor Creed’s request to close his YouTube channel 26.03.2024, 17:53

The capital’s Kuntsevo court rejected the request of public figure Alexander Morozov to close the YouTube channel of the famous hip-hop artist Yegor Creed. learned about this.

The plaintiff’s claim was dismissed on March 25. Google was also listed as a defendant in the case.

Social activist, together with his organization “Morozov Brotherhood – Zlatoust” lawsuit filed For the singer in 2023.

Alexander Morozov wanted the artist’s YouTube channel to be closed by court on the grounds that he used obscene language in his speech. The social activist claimed that the Creed thus encouraged antisocial behavior and blasphemy.

According to open sources, the current social activist in the 90s was a crime boss. For 19 years he served in places where freedoms were restricted – in 2016 Morozov was released and became a religious figure. The “knightly-monastic order” founded the “Brotherhood of Moroz – Chrysostom”.

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Source: Gazeta


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