Dmitry Iskhakov broke the silence after the news of the divorce from Polina Gagarina.
Information that the photographer and the singer decided to part ways appeared in the media not so long ago. A day later, Iskhakov left a mysterious message on his Instagram:
"Countess, with a changed face, we run to the pond."
At first, the subscribers were at a loss, but soon the most erudite of them understood what the photographer meant. Iskhakov simply published a quote from the book "The Golden Calf" by Ilf and Petrov. It was with this text that Bender sent a telegram to the underground millionaire Koreiko to intimidate him, which is why it lacks the preposition "k".
In turn, the writers borrowed this expression from the journalist Nikolai Efrost. In 1910, he sent a telegram to his publication with about the same message when he learned that Leo Tolstoy's wife had decided to drown herself in a pond. On that day, Tolstoy told her that he was leaving her after 44 years of marriage.
Having learned about the meaning of Iskhakov's message, the subscribers were worried:
“Dmitry, why are you scaring us! This is a well-known phrase - Tolstoy's wife tried to drown herself when he left her,”
"Tolstoy is in shock"
"Dmitry, they don't joke like that."
We will remind, earlier "Rambler" reported that Miro praised Gagarin.