The famous humorist Yuri Veliky published a new parody after the explosion in a St. Petersburg cafe.
The popular Ukrainian comedian, parodist and actor of the “Kvartal 95” studio Yuriy Veliky, who before the war parodied Zelensky at the “Evening Quarter” concerts, now makes videos about Lukashenka, Putin and other Russian characters. Yes, this time the artist published on his Instagram and YouTube a video with a parody of propagandist Vladlen Tatarsky, who died during an explosion in a St. Petersburg cafe where he was spending his “creative evening”.
In the new video, Yuri played the situation, how Tatarsky goes to hell, where he is met by a hellish “passport woman”, hands a ticket to Kobzon’s concert and sends him on a tour of a Russian ship.
In the caption to the publication on YouTube, Velikiy wrote: “Vladlen Tatarsky and the mysterious statuette. On April 2, the “creative evening” of the former leader, and now the former warlord Vladlen Tatarsky, was quite “loudly” held in St. Petersburg. Everyone knows how everything ended. He did not have time to defeat everyone and everyone who needs to be protected.”
Users did not pass by and immediately began to discuss the comedian’s new parody:
“A masterpiece, as always. Thank you!”.
“Thank you Yuri! I laughed!”.
“You deserve an Oscar for such humor! Very funny!”.
“Masterpiece. As soon as I saw in the news about this non-human, I immediately thought that Velikiy would make a parody.”
“As always, the unsurpassed Yuri the Great!”
“It’s just great. I’m watching it for the fifth time already.”
“It’s just a kind of pleasure.”
“It’s just brilliant, bombastically cool.”