After her Moscow concert, which took place last night, Zemfira wrote a new post about the military special operation in Ukraine. Yesterday afternoon, the singer also joined the flash mob "No war".
They call me endlessly, they say the same thing: Zemfira, be careful, they listen to you, they follow you, like all public people. I'm hysterical. At the age of four, my parents took me to a music room, at five I was appointed a soloist in the choir, at six I began to play sports, reached local heights, but chose music. I've come a long way since then. I know everything about myself, I know that I am a wildly professional person, and there is basically no one equal to me in professionalism. I apologize to my colleagues, but it's true. I am constantly progressing, my degree of criticality is increasing, my character is deteriorating, I am getting angrier and tougher. Nevertheless, I have a wonderful team, oh ******* (wonderful. - Ed.) the team is made up of Russian boys, and I love and respect each one very much. But all this is "foam". I'm sad, it's hard, I'm crying. I stupidly don't want a war. And I'm not a coward,
— such a message appeared in Zemfira's official group on the VKontakte social network at night, but now it is, however, unavailable.
Yesterday Zemfira played her first solo concert in Moscow in five years. Tickets for it were completely sold out. From the stage, the singer did not directly comment on what is happening now in Ukraine, but performed the song "Don't shoot, don't be silent" for an encore.
Among the audience was also Zemfira's close friend Renata Litvinova, who shared on Instagram some videos from the concert, including a recording of the song "Evil Man", which was included in the soundtrack of Litvinova's film "North Wind".
In social networks, Zemfira also thanked the audience who came to her concert and confirmed that the second entry, scheduled for February 26, will also take place.
Anyway, it happened. Thank you for coming. It was a hard day for everyone. I think we all imagined this meeting differently. Meet me on the 26th,
- the singer wrote.