Russia declares pop rapper ‘external agent’ after criticism of Putin’s war in Ukraine


Russia’s Justice Ministry on Friday declared one of the country’s most popular rappers a “foreign agent,” Name of law used to persecute Kremlin critics and reporters.

OkmeronMiron Fyodorov, whose real name is Miron Fyodorov, has been included in the latest list of foreign agents, along with four journalists and noted author Dmitry Glukhovsky.

Oxxxymiron, who Cancelled trip to Russia In protest of the invasion of Ukraine, he then left Russia to give a series of concerts in Turkey, England and Germany, entitled Russians against war.

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In late August, Russian authorities confirmed they were investigating his work under the country’s anti-extremism laws. Under Russian law, the use of material designated as “extremist” is prohibited.

The term “foreign agent” is subject to strict financial reporting requirements. It also requires them to include a disclaimer in their publications that they are foreign agents.

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Oxxxymiron, whose letters are strong politics He took part in a rally in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, one of the most famous rappers in pre-war Russia and well-known in a country where hip-hop is a highly regarded genre.

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