Sadalsky spoke about the complications of Pugacheva’s life: there is nothing simpler

Stanislav Sadalsky posted a photo Alla Pugacheva And Maxim Galkin* and accompanied the pictures with a poem about dislike for slaves.

The star of the film “The meeting place cannot be changed” posted photographs of Pugacheva and Galkin* on his LiveJournal.

“There is nothing easier in the world than to complicate your life,” reads the text accompanying the photo.

Next, the Honored Artist of the RSFSR published a poem Robert Rozhdestvensky, representing a dialogue between two lovers.

The verse ends with words about dislike for slaves.

“Because I don’t like slaves,” concludes the poet’s work cited by Sadalsky.

Previously Alla Pugacheva reproached Russians in slave psychology, using the words “slave” and “serf”.

* Recognized by the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation as a foreign agent.

Author Elena Bylkina

Elena Bylkina – journalist, correspondent for the Pravda.Ru news service

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