Vakhtang Kikabidze accused of performance in front of ‘thieves in law’ at ‘convention’ in St.Petersburg
He has called it “vicious gossip.”
Georgian actor and singer Vakhtang Kikabidze has called a report on his performance in front of ‘thieves in law’ at ‘convention’ in St.Petersburg a “vicious gossip.”
Express-gazeta had earlier reported that the singer had a secret performance in a St.Petersburg-based restaurant Shalyapin on the occasion of ‘coronation’ of another Georgian ‘thief in law’ from Zakhary Kalashov’s (aka Shakro Molodoy) clan. With that, according to Express-gazeta, Kikabidze had earned €40 thousand.
The famous actor and singer was sent into a violent rage with the news. “I haven’t arrived at Russia after 2008. I haven’t been to any city of this country; my feet, my hands, and my butt haven’t either,” Lenta.ru quotes Kikabidze as saying. Kikabidze reminded that he had refused to visit the country after an armed conflict that had taken place in the South Ossetia 10 years ago.
Moreover, in his words, his state of health doesn’t allow him to travel. The actor visits a hospital on a regular basis due to his dialysis session.
Kikabidze says he will be ready to return to Russia in case Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev drop out of politics.
As for the ‘coronation’ that allegedly took place in St. St.Petersburg, the first in four years elevation to a ‘thief’s’ status, according to recent data, took place in Cyprus. The moratorium related to new ‘coronations’ issued by Shakro Molodoy was violated by a ‘thief in law’ Vazhi Biganishvili (aka Vazha Tbilissky) who became a godfather of a certain Soso from Georgia’s Gory ‘baptized’ as Soso Gorysky.
Vazha Tbilissky said that granting of power of a ‘thief in law’ directly belongs to the duties of all ‘thieves in law’, and this process can not be stopped for a moment. Only cops, in his words, can back stopping new ‘coronations’.
The Investigations Directorate in the Leningrad Region of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation (ICR) is going through turbulent times. After an unexpected replacement of the supreme command, the winds of change started blowing. Colonel of justice Pavel Vymenets, the new acting head of the agency, launched personnel reshuffles. According to sources, all means are used to purge the ranks from corrupt officers, including collection of compromising materials and denunciations.