Ivan Urgant caught Potap in a lie
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Russian showman refutes Potap's words that he asked for forgiveness for the country by phone.
The other day, popular Ukrainian singer Alexei Potapenko (better known as Potap) told the media that in the early days of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, he received a call from TV presenter Ivan Urgant. Allegedly, he cried into the phone and asked for forgiveness for his country. Urgant did not hesitate to answer.
“I don’t have the habit of discussing publicly private telephone conversations. It seems to me that this applies only to those people who talk among themselves. And also to the special services that listen in on conversations. But it turned out that not only them. Well, in that case, I inform you: in I didn’t sob on the phone and didn’t ask anyone for forgiveness for the country, “- such was Urgant's reaction to Potap's words.
It looks like Potap will have to explain himself now. Although, without recording their telephone conversation with Urgant, it will hardly be possible to establish which of them is true.
Recall that the Russian TV presenter clearly outlined his position from the first days of the Russian-Ukrainian war. “No war!” – On February 24, on the pages of Urgant in social networks, a call was made to stop the bloodshed. For this, Ivan was fired from Channel One, where he had worked in recent years.
According to some reports, Ivan Urgant left Russia in the spring and now lives in Israel. Other sources claim that Urgant periodically flies to Moscow and is preparing to start working on a new TV show. But not on Channel One anymore.
Focus has already reported that Potap spoke about his desire to fight and is rushing to the front. And from the very beginning of the war, he allegedly signed up for the territorial defense. At the same time, a few days before the Russian invasion, the Ukrainian artist and his wife Nastya Kamensky went on vacation to Spain and returned to Ukraine only seven months later.