The Ukrainian ballet dancer Sergei Polunin responded to the congratulations of his fans on the birthday with an invitation to "send good wishes" to the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin. "I will always defend Włodzimierz with his own energy and love," Polunin wrote passionately.
Today, Polunin expressed his gratitude to Putin for congratulating him on his birthday. But in response to the fans' congratulations on the social network, he asked for the "good wishes" to be sent to the leader of the Russian Federation. The artist believes that in some parts of the world the media treat Putin unjustly. It hurts because I was in the same position earlier and I know the feeling on myself. No one deserves ill-treatment or unfair treatment. When I was a child, I saw the light in it and see it now. Vladimir, I will always defend my own energy and love. "Let's treat him with love and let him keep shooting while there is someone else, own or others," "I'm very nervous, why I get into politics," "Very spontaneous statement," "Maybe someone hacked him?" – write user network. "About a person who tries to maintain a totalitarian regime, supporting the persecution of LGBT people and simply pursuing the wayward", TV presenter Anatoly Anatolich wrote in a commentary under Polunin's post.
The artist has not commented on his post yet.
"Very strange", "Something I have now hung up," "Sergeah, are you tortured?", "Well … it's your opinion," they indicated under the post.
From next year, Polunin lives in Munich, where he works as a guest soloist of the Bavarian State Ballet.
"Trident on the palm does not bake?" – asked the artist.
At the same time on Polunin's right hand is a two-headed eagle – the emblem of Russia.
"Abandon subscription", "Some nonsense, I hope he was hacked" – they added under the picture.
Sergey Polunin was born on November 20, 1989. In Kherson, the future artist practiced dance and ballet from an early age. Later he moved to London, where he continued his education at the Royal Ballet School. He would become the most fashionable ballet dancer of our time – if he had not joined the "classics", he left the Royal Ballet of England.
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