Thief in law Guli's girlfriend continues to undress on Instagram
Azerbaijani singer Afag Aslan, who is credited with a romantic relationship with the thief in law Nadir Salifov (Guli), increases the number of her fans and followers with the help of sexually explicit photoshoots.
On August 24, the pop star announced her new project on the social network using a photo with naked breast. A new post, which over a day got more than 10,000 likes, is accompanied by a commentary "Soon."
It is not the first time for the Azerbaijani to publish intimate photos. Previously, not hiding her obsession with popularity singer already published a video on Instagram, in which she is completely exposed in front of the cameras. It is worth noting that this simple method works - in a month the number of Afag Aslan's followers on Instagram grew by 9 thousand.
Earlier, the popularity of the singer was affected by the information disseminated in June 2018 by the Azerbaijani media about her romantic relationship with one of the most influential thieves in law Guli, who, after being released from a Baku prison after a long time a year ago, lives in Turkey.
The news portal Kult.az wrote that Afag Aslan was seen accompanied by Guli in the restaurants of Istanbul, after which the pop diva posted a romantic card with the letters “A + N,” which could mean “Afag + Nadir,” on her Instagram page.
Afag Aslan and Nadir Salifov
The singer herself indirectly confirmed this relationship by saying that her beloved person lives in Turkey, and in an interview with Sputnik-Azerbaijan, she ducked a question about the romance with a thief-in-law, limiting the answer with a vague phrase that “a crime lord also has a heart.”
As The CrimeRussia wrote earlier, the likelihood that Afag Aslan uses the name of Guli, who is very famous in his homeland, for a self-promotion, is not excluded. At the same time, Guli himself never commented on the links with Afag Aslan, but he visited the recent wedding of the thief-in-law Nikolay Dgebuadze (Nika Gagrinsky) in Istanbul accompanied by a completely different girl.
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