Kirkorov on the persecution of Lorak in Ukraine: “I went through seven circles of hell” 13:01

Singer Philip Kirkorov said in an interview with the TV channel: NTVThat Ukrainian nationalists persecuted Ani Lorak after Euromaidan.

Kirkorov admitted that he supported Lorak in a difficult period. He described the artist as a great singer and a very good friend. The artist stated that he sees his colleague as a sister.

“He worked with determination, he is strong. Of course, it was cursed in Ukraine. “He went through seven circles of hell but survived,” Kirkorov said.

Ani Lorak was born in Kitsman, Ukraine. The singer represented Ukraine at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008, placing second. Lorak has not performed in his hometown since 2017. After the start of Russia’s military operation in Ukraine, she continued to work in the Russian Federation.

Ani Lorak in February filed Application for Russian citizenship. After the singer received Russian citizenship spoke In Moscow. The artist sang only one song – the new track “Dancing” and refused to answer journalists’ questions.

Previously Regina Todorenko received Russian citizenship.

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Source: Gazeta

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