Natalya Kaplan, the cousin of Ukrainian film maker Oleg Sentsov left an emotional post on Facebook about her life in Ukraine. She swore and called the country "the worst place for emigration" and said she was going home, back to Russia.
The post appeared on late September 20.
'F**k Ukraine. I believe it's the worst country for emigration. Don't come here. Five years of hell. And I'm glad I'm packing my suitcases and coming home", reads the message.
In her comments, Kaplan did not specify what caused such a negative attitude and forced her hand to get back to Russia. She also denied all allegations that her page was hacked.
"I wasn't hacked. But I'm ilterally dying here. I can't live here. Let this be the proof to Ukrainians that we (Ukrainians and Russians, - 112 International) are not brothers", she wrote.
When asked if she told her cousin about the decision, Natalya replied: "F**k the cousin".
Thusm Kaplan has definitely changed her supportive attitude to the country that she chose to live in back in 2019. On May 17, 2019, she verbally triumphed upon getting the Ukrainian citizenship. In August 2020, she left the respective post: "I came to Kyiv in autumn 2014. And that's where my brain got broken. We had our protests [in Russia], too, we had Bolotnaya Square, and we were way ahead of the Ukes. But what did we get, after all? And they managed to get it. And I'm proud of this country, and I'm very grateful for being here and for them accepting me".