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Director Marius Weisberg, who is the author of a humorous video where the singer Philip Kirkorov depicts a paratrooper gay, recording a video message to his colleague, said he did not want to offend anyone. About this Weisberg told “Komsomolskaya Pravda”.
Commenting on the controversy surrounding the video, Weisberg said that now the debate can flare up out of nowhere. “If someone Philip, and laughed, only on yourself. There is observed the irony of the writers, about whom Philip many times mentioned: “the Writers some crazy! What is this nonsense?”” — said the Director. He also said that it is easier to treat everything, adding that “we have the passion strained to the insanity.”
Weisberg also stood up for the singer, saying that Kirkorov “even close there not to offend anyone”. “If suddenly, without meaning to, someone whom I have offended, море.tv register your official apology, since the project — ordering of this site, Philip is not here at all to blame,” he said. The Director concluded by saying that the joke was irony and has nothing to do with VDV.
Earlier, the head of the Duma Committee on defense Vladimir Shamanov, in the past led the airborne troops, encouraged the singer Philip Kirkorov to apologize for the video. Colonel-General considers that the contractor needs to remove the video hints at a same-sex relationship paratroopers from all areas, otherwise he risks incurring the wrath of the representatives of this kind of troops.
Video, photo All from Russia.