The artist recently complained about the plight of the artists and asked for help from the state. However, her initiative was received negatively by the public.
2020 has become a difficult year for all inhabitants of the planet. Due to the self-isolation regime, which lasted for several months in Russia, many were left without work, and some campaigns were closed.
Show business stars also suffered losses: they could not give concerts for almost the whole year, and the actors are now forced to play in theaters where the permitted occupancy of the hall is only 25%. Despite the fact that the self-isolation regime has not yet been introduced, the New Year's festivities have been canceled, and with them corporate parties, for which artists usually receive high fees.
What happened at first outraged Valery Meladze. The singer called for the boycotting of the New Year's "lights" so that there would be no holiday at all.
And Elena Sparrow. complained about the plight. She explained that the stars have the same problems as everyone else. According to the comedian, not all of her colleagues live in grand style. She made it clear that sometimes they also do not have enough funds for food, payment for utilities. She asked for help from the state in the form of cash payments. However, netizens lashed out at her. The artist was literally persecuted for the words of help.
“Go work as conductors, janitors… Survive like everyone else…”, “And how does the whole country live? Got really sick”,“There is nothing to eat. So sell the house, which is in Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece … I'm crazy about our artists! The poorest … "- began to write netizens.
In the meantime, Sparrow has already appeared on the New Year's shoot. She posed with Marat Basharov and other colleagues. Apparently, the artist did not support Meladze's initiative. By the way, Lolita Milyavskaya also admitted that she would not ignore the New Year's shooting. She also stressed that only top artists live comfortably even in a crisis situation, but she considers it necessary to create a good mood for the people on New Year's Eve.