The celebrity admitted that until February 24 he was apolitical and apologized for working in the Russian market.
Ukrainian singer Nadya Dorofeeva admitted that she regretted her position before the start of a full-scale Russian invasion. He announced it on Instagram.
In particular, the artist regrets that he previously collaborated with Russia. At the same time, he added that he saw a piece of a vlog about Russian TV series and movies, and in one of them the composition of the group Vremya i Steklo was played.
“I was very triggered and generally triggered by this topic and I want to talk. There is no scandal yet, and I did not know that my song was playing there. Since I, as an artist, I do not control and usually do not know about such thing, but it doesn’t matter, it doesn’t justify me and it doesn’t change anything,” he wrote.
Dorofeeva also said that before a full-scale war began, she considered herself apolitical.
“Until 24/02, I was young and irresponsible. I was comfortable considering myself apolitical. Moreover, it seemed to me that being apolitical was cool, and, so to speak, in a creative way,” gives emphasis of the artist.
However, according to the presenter, he made the following conclusions: “This year, I realized 3 things: 1. Russia is a criminal country that violates the rights of Ukrainians not for 9 months, not 8 years, but for centuries in a row 2. Art is not apolitical 3. I regret that I ever collaborated with their market in any form and did not realize that I was collaborating with evil. I regret that I did not understood all this earlier.
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