Zhanna Aguzarova still remains one of the most shocking and mysterious Russian pop artists. Even her biography is still a secret. Zhanna herself claims that her father's name was Hasan, but at the same time she positions herself as a purebred "Jewess". So who is she really?
Lyudmila and Hasan
According to the official biography, Zhanna Aguzarova was born in the Tyumen region, although the artist's mother Lyudmila Savchenko assures that her daughter was born in Kazakhstan, where Savchenko was sent after she studied as a pharmacist. Be that as it may, Zhanna spent most of her childhood and youth in a completely different place - in the village of Kolyvan, located 45 kilometers from Novosibirsk. And this choice is not accidental: the fact is that the vocalist's grandparents lived in Kolyvan. Returning to her homeland, Lyudmila Savchenko divorced the father of then 4-year-old Zhanna, Ossetian Khasan Aguzarov. At least this is the name, according to Savchenko, her ex-husband bore. And the singer herself calls herself nothing more than Zhanna Khasanovna. The same patronymic is indicated in most of the biographies of the star.
Meanwhile, the singer's second cousin Soslan Aguzarov claims that her father's name was not Khasan at all, but Georgy. And he lived with his family not in the Novosibirsk region, but in Moscow. Moreover, Lyudmila Savchenko was the first to leave her husband, and only then Georgy Aguzarov disappeared. Soslan knows all this from the words of his parents. His father often visited Georgy and Lyudmila in the capital. Soslan Aguzarov wonders why Jeanne needed a false biography. Although he himself is not offended by the singer. At least he did not hold anger at her until a certain moment. According to Soslan, he tried to establish contact with his sister and even approached her after the concert. But Aguzarova replied that she was Jewish and had no relatives in Ossetia and could not have any.
It is worth noting that Zhanna Aguzarova has always been a master of hoaxes. So at the very beginning of her career, she never introduced herself by her own name, but called herself the daughter of a foreign diplomat Ivanna Anders. Aguzarova even had fake documents with this data. Although Jeanne's friends argued that the documents were just an innocent joke, because it was not difficult even for an amateur to distinguish them from real ones. It was the fake identity card that became the reason for the arrest, as well as the subsequent six-month imprisonment in the Butyrka prison, psychiatric examination at the Serbian Institute and the expulsion of Aguzarova to one of the Siberian timber industry enterprises.