Posted 5 мая 2021,, 09:07

Published 5 мая 2021,, 09:07

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Get rich quick - congratulate the veteran! How blogger Sayeva "earned" 200 thousand rubles

Get rich quick - congratulate the veteran! How blogger Sayeva "earned" 200 thousand rubles

5 мая 2021, 09:07
The popular tiktoker Dina Sayeva received a fee 20 times higher than the holiday payments to the war veterans for just one short video congratulating the veterans

The depth of the moral decline of modern Russia, even in comparison with the USSR, is very well evidenced by the industry that has grown up around the Victory Day: everyone who is not lazy makes money on it, cynically and brazenly. In the USSR, when this holiday was really unique and unrepeatable, only red carnations served as the only hot commodity... Now they sell whatever they hit, and garrison caps, and once free ribbons, and children's uniforms, and stickers about grandfather and victory...

And there are even more perverse ways to earn a holiday. For example, the famous tiktoker Dina Sayeva, for just one short video congratulation, received an amount that is 7 times the average pension in the country, and 20 times the amount of a festive handout to veterans.

It is impossible to imagine that a popular actor or blogger in America, France or Israel would take money so cynically for telling a public lie. Moreover, Sayeva also boasted to Ksenia Sobchak that 200 thousand rubles were mere pennies for her...

This fact angered many bloggers, including Sayeva's colleague's rating on social networks, Lena Miro, who responded to it this way:

“For this girl to lie beautifully under the cameras, as in the photo, our grandfathers and great-grandfathers lost their legs, arms, lives at the front... Do you know how many soldiers my grandmother Vera pulled out on herself so that such a Dina got a chance to be born? Vera did not live up to the moment when the tiktoker congratulated the veterans for money. And if she lived, she would probably say: "Thank you, granddaughter". And I would do everything so that she does not know that the “granddaughter” was paid for the congratulations..."