Utkin explained why he couldn’t go to Ivleeva’s party 19:28

Commentator and journalist Vasily Utkin telegram channel answered a subscriber’s question why he could not attend blogger Nastya Ivleeva’s party.

“Was I invited to Ivleeva’s party? They called me, I did not pass the dress code,” Utkin wrote.

Utkin rose to fame as a football commentator on the NTV and NTV-Plus television channels in the mid-1990s. He now has his own show on his YouTube channel. Additionally, in 2017, Utkin became the president of the Egrisi football team, which plays in the Medya Football League.

Ivleeva organized a party at the Mutabor club on December 20. According to the dress code, guests had to come half-naked. Ksenia Sobchak, Olga Orlova, Philip Kirkorov, Glukoza, Lolita Milyavskaya, Oksana Samoilova, rapper Vacio and Dzhigan attended the event.

On December 21, State Duma deputy Maria Butina asked the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Roskomnadzor and the Ministry of Culture to check the party organized by Ivleeva. Many party guests have already apologized.

Fighter Mineev, who previously served in the Northern Military District spoke About Ivleeva’s scandalous party.

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Source: Gazeta

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