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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Yuri Loza criticized Jamal following Sergey Lazarev

Musician Yuri Loza lashed out at the winner of “Eurovision” to Jamal. Previously, he as disapprovingly responded about the Russian participant of competition Sergey Lazarev.

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Another post in Facebook Vine dedicated to the victory of the representative of Ukraine Jamala. As stated, the musician, a song Jamala “1944” “nobody will either listen or to sing”, and she herself “will not be allowed in evrositi”.

Not deserved flattering words of the Vine Russia. In his opinion, a reaction to the victory Jamala became “hysterical hours on the channel “Russia 1” and “native Russian culture ain’t got nothin’, though, as it is the musician, and could not obtain, in principle.

Note that the Russian journalists, commenting on “the Eurovision” chose to ignore the true meaning of the song “Jamala”, dedicated to the deportation in 1944 of the Crimean Tatars: so, Dmitry Guberniev said that the song dedicated to the migration problem facing current Europe.

Recall that about Sergey Lazarev Vine also had a low opinion. He claimedthat Lazarev is working against me and my culture,” showing Russian “headless” and can’t even come up with a song in their own language.

The same claim he repeated in entry, dedicated to Jamal: Vine invited all artists to perform with songs in their own languages, and the translation in the meantime, to broadcast behind them on the screens. What shows in the country-the winner shall be conducted only in her own language, to acquaint the world with the culture of the host party.

Read how the Cords responded to the invitation of Rogozin on “the Eurovision”.

A new influx of popularity to the figure of the Vine arose after he expressed a negative opinion about music “the Beatles”, after which he continued to criticize many famous people and phenomena that to date have acquired the status of Internet meme.

Watch the video on “Favorite “Eurovision” Sergey Lazarev thanked the Russians for support”

Russian singer Sergey Lazarev, won the “Eurovision 2016” in third place, recorded a video message to fans. In it, he summed up the results of the competition and thanked the fans for their support. Video posted to Instagram Sergey Lazarev.

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