Andrei Razin, once the director of Mirage, told how Natalia Vetlitskaya's career began as part of the group. The start was given in the corridor of the hotel, where he picked her up beaten and humiliated.
The artist's first husband, composer Pavel Smeyan, often beat his wife. Sometimes these beatings were very serious. In the program "Hello, Andrei", the artist assured that one day he wanted to kill her. At first he tried to strangle her, and then, when she ran away from him and returned home with the district police officer, she saw a huge cleaver on the table. The singer is confident that he would have stabbed her that day.
In 1988, in Voronezh, Smeyan, according to Razin's story, dreamed that Natalya was kissing a certain famous musician. At the same time, the producer of "Tender May" insists that nothing of the kind actually happened. After severely beating the faithful, he threw her into the hotel corridor along with her belongings.
As luck would have it, Andrei Razin passed by, and he warmed the girl up in the Mirage. “Where to go? She had nowhere else to go,”said the musical figure of the KP.
The producer says that even now he would gladly cooperate with Vetlitskaya, even though she takes offense at him for saying about Zhenya Belousov. The singer claims that their romance was just a joke, and Razin is convinced that everything was serious. At least from Belousov's side.