Director Leps explained his behavior during a concert in St. Petersburg

Moscow Agency |  Kirill Zykov
Moscow Agency | Kirill Zykov

The concert of the People’s Artist of Russia Grigory Leps in St. Petersburg turned into a scandal: the audience accused the 60-year-old singer of aggressive behavior. His concert director Vladimir Uryupin had to explain himself to the indignant public.

Speaking to Petersburgers, the performer of the hit “A glass of vodka on the table” used foul language and even scolded one of the spectators who wanted to take a selfie with him. He finished his speech with a powerful throw of the microphone on the stage.

“The artist just got a little sick,” Uryupin commented on Leps’s behavior to the SHOT Telegram channel.

The hero of another scandal was previously the soloist of the group “Hands Up!” Sergei Zhukov, whose Krasnodar institution was not allowed to enter the CVO participant.


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