Max Korzh, who supported Ukraine, canceled the CIS tour due to criticism in social networks

Max Korzh, who supported Ukraine, canceled his tour in the CIS due to criticism in social networks

Belarusian rapper Max Korzh canceled the previously announced concert tour in the CIS. The artist said on social networks that he cannot sing when people die every day, referring to the war unleashed by Russia in Ukraine.

– Small, as you may have guessed, there will be no concerts in our countries this year. I can’t sing about life in a buzz when every day these lives are taken away, – Max noted in his story.

The artist announced a concert tour of the cities of Russia, Uzbekistan and Latvia after the release of the track condemned Russia's war against Ukraine. The performer's fans criticized his position on social networks, hinting that Korzh “is trying to sit on two chairs.” The musician's official website indicates that all performances have been postponed, but there are no new dates.

After the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Korzh condemned Russia's actions and called for peace in Ukraine by posting on social networks.

Max Korzh is 33 years old. In 2016, he was banned from entering Ukraine for 5 years because of his speech in the annexed Crimea. In 2017, this ban was lifted. The most famous tracks of the artist: “2 types of people”, “Live in a high”, “Small matured”, “The word of a boy”.

Max Korzh, who supported Ukraine, canceled his CIS tour due to criticism in social networks

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