Blogger Ershov explained why he framed other participants in the “Emperor’s Treasures” event 10:52

Blogger, musician, MMA fighter, reality show participant Evgeny Ershov explained why he puts other contestants instead of victory in the program “Emperor’s Treasures”. The TNT press service reported this to socialbites.ca.

Ershov attended the show with his mother Elena Mikhailovna and claimed that he agreed to cheat for her sake. According to the blogger, the attacker did nothing.

“I was just keeping the envelopes, which is not prohibited by the rules,” he said.

According to Ershov, it is easy to hate and condemn the series while watching it from the couch.

“And they will tell you: Here is fourteen million, here is a test for you. You will do anything to get the money, especially with your mother,” he has no doubt.

She also stated that after the show, her mother lost 20 pounds and took care of herself because her son’s example motivated her to change.

“A movement has begun, it is clear that the person has breathed new life into himself. “I was excited about all this hatred,” says Ershov.

The day before Anna Sedokova Took place in an extreme show.

Previously to blogger Andrey Petrov blocked invoices due to non-payment of taxes.

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Source: Gazeta

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