Russian journalists deceive Jamala's parents to get interview in family home
'Komsomolskaya Pravda' reporters pose as family acquaintances of the 2016 Eurovision winner in order to get into the house
Journalists of one of the Russian media entered the house of Jamala’s parents in Crimea, deceiving the owners, - reported Ukrainian singer at a briefing before the show in Lviv.
It turned out they are employees of "Komsomolskaya Pravda", but they introduced as acquaintances of family relatives. "My mother let them in, gave food, and they recorded the conversation, and it turned out it was Russian Komsomolskaya Pravda, which said that "we've been visiting relatives of Jamala, "- reported the winner of Eurovision-2016.
In the morning the singer's mother found out that they are not the relatives’ acquaintances. She told that she’s now anxious for her relatives.
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