Star of the 90s, songwriter, singer and musician Dmitry Malikov on his page on the social network Twitter decided to tell subscribers how to achieve success in the Russian show business.
According to the artist, the entrance to the musical Olympus is available only to gays and Jews.
"How to achieve success in the show of bize? Everything is very simple .. It is necessary either pedritlstvo or Jewry, but better - pedrylnaya Jewry! I have neither one nor the other ... ", wrote Malikov (the author’s spelling and punctuation preserved).
Dmitry Malikov offended Jews and gays
In fairness it should be noted, at the end of the post, the singer added that "there are exceptions," that is, artists who achieved fame through work and talent. Most users supported Malikov in this opinion. "Respect and respect, bro!", "Well done I approve. Jewry and pedrilstvo correctly said.", "RIGHT TO ALL 200%, FORGOT POLITICIANS AND TELEVISIONERS" - users wrote (spelling and punctuation of the authors are preserved). However, some subscribers regarded Malikov’s tweet as offensive and wrote that he “offended Jews and LGBT people”.
onJul 7, 2018 at 4:10 am PDT
By the way, it is not clear why Dmitry decided to comment on this matter, he did not leave explanations, most likely the artist was just tired of what was going on behind the scenes of Russian show business. It is no secret that the leading figures of the scene are very reluctant to give way to young talents. But the voiceless graduate of "Doma-2" Olga Buzova, not without the help of money and influential patrons, managed to infiltrate the stage and now spoils the musical taste of the younger generation.
onJun 29, 2018 at 10:33 am PDT
The editorship of uznayvse.ru reminds that popularity came to the end of the 80s. His songs "Moon Dream", "You Will Never Be Mine" and "Until Tomorrow" became hits.
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