How Verka Serduchka Completely Declared a Boycott of Russia

In 2007, after Eurovision, Danilko got banned in the Russian Federation.

Serdyuchka opposes Putin's policies / photo Igor Babinets, Ilya Koloty

Once Andrei Danilko, better known under the pseudonym Verka Serdyuchka, was accused of allegedly singing “Russia, goodbye!” from the Eurovision stage. Today, the artist performs this hit with these words.

The journalists of the FreeDom project spoke about the active civic position of the world-famous singer.

Previously, Danilko’s performances were collected by the largest concert halls in Russia. He even has personal experience with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“Immediately after the annexation of Crimea, Danilko refused to pay fees in Russia and stopped performing there. But in Ukraine he was still sometimes criticized,” the journalists say.

Today he is at the forefront of the information war and opens his eyes to Russian crimes in Ukraine. From the first days of a full-scale war, he does not leave Kyiv, gives charity concerts and helps the Armed Forces of Ukraine with money. The singer directly calls Putin a murderer.

Journalists remind that after the annexation of Crimea, Danilko criticized the Ukrainian authorities for inaction, for “giving away” the peninsula, not fighting for it. He called the Revolution of Dignity “theatre” and also opposed decommunization.

“It seems that Russian missiles have made a nationalist out of Danilko in the best sense of the word,” the story concluded.

As UNIAN reported, on June 10, artist Andrey Danilko in the image of Verka Serduchka addressed the Ukrainian military with the song “Get out of Ukraine, ugly rock”. He was dressed in the uniform of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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