Joseph Kobzon wants to fill the face of their oppressor recently deceased actress Zhanna Friske. People's artist of Russia wants to take revenge on the administrator feisty group MDK for the post about the star.
State Duma Deputy, folk singer of the USSR, the artist Iosif Kobzon decided to engage seriously in order to social networks. Similar activity cultural figure was provoked by the MDK group in "Vkontakte". Once on the community page after the death of Jeanne Friske photo was published with the explanation that has offended many people in Russia Kobzon has announced that he wants to call for a duel and "stuff your face" to the administrator of this group.
Together with this, folk musician signed message to the Prosecutor General and Roskomnadzor with the request to find justice against the notorious group of MDK. "I never have to look online, and not age, I'm not interested. I just don't want to use this dirty yellow press, which applies a disgrace to our culture and way of life... And man, if there was this person who would openly stated: "Yes, I think so", I would call him in a physical fight and would give Roger, sorry for being rude. I don't see any method to force the planet to think that they lived among the inhabitants of our planet" - quoted by Joseph Kobzon LifeNews.
In addition folk singer stressed that this is a shocking case already considered in the state Duma and many deputies, except for the Kobzon, signed the message with the requirement to close this dirty group. "What happened with Jeanne, it is the sorrow of our society..." says Joseph Kobzon. And I want everyone who supports this group (MDK) to transfer the diseases suffered and Jeanne which I stand, that they also suffered".
Remember that story that angered Joseph Kobzon among other things has caused discontent of 10-s thousand Russian citizens. The population was shocked by the publication on the page of the society MDK in social networks "Vkontakte" in which the Creator of the offensive "joke" about the death of Jeanne Friske. Even users of the Network, which traditionally do not respond to rude posts online, immediately began collecting signatures for a petition with a request to take action against the administrators of the public. In all of this, in a short paper, scored more than 125 thousand signatures.