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Andrey Makarevich to Sue Mass Media
10.05.2015 18:16
Andrey Makarevich to Sue Mass Media

Mass media reported that Andrey Makarevich was beaten after his alleged gig in Ukraine on May 9, the Victory Day.

      They spread rumours as if it was a closed concert the Russian rock star had given in Kharkov specially for participants of a military operation in Donbass and as if Andrey Makarevich had been beaten by a battalion commander, who had disliked his performance.

      Andrey Makarevich’ press secretary Anton Chernin has refuted the rumors and declared that the musician is ready to go to the law against mass media for spreading falsified information.

      “Nothing of the kind happened. It was all a made-up story. Andrey Makarevich did not even go to Ukraine; there was no concert, no tour. It’s all lies from beginning to end. We are probably going to have legal proceedings against those who continue spreading this false information” — Mr. Chernin said to the Russian News Service radio station.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Andrey Makarevich Russian Rock Music    

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