Date: 6 months ago   Category: Music

Loboda swore at employees of the airport


The singer did not like service in the VIP-hall of the Moscow airport, and she made row. The Ukrainian singer Svetlana Loboda acting and who is engaged in business in Russia made scandal at Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow. Shouts and strong language of the actress were written down on video by the eyewitness. "Klops" reports about it. In a roller it is visible how Svetlana Loboda whose voice it is clearly heard on video, criticizes work of staff of the airport. Also the singer used obscene expressions to express the opinion. Apparently, it was not pleasant to a star that it was not met at passport control to carry out to the VIP-hall. Loboda said, she does not need apologies, and professionalism in work is necessary. Also the star emphasized that it during the concerts always gives all the best for all 100%. Earlier the star Loboda was caught on the photoshop. In the picture of a star a floor "floated". Also it was reported that Loboda explained silence about the father of the daughter and ran into criticism. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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