Basta denies raids at Gazgolder
In response to the CrimeRussia the popular rap artist said the news was a fake.
Rap artist Vasily Vakulenko, also known as Basta commented under CrimeRussia's post on Twitter saying the information about searches at Gazgolder nightclub and illegal drugs found there was wrong. "This is pure fake", the artist said.
Earlier, the artist left an emotional response to a Twitter post by the Life. In the comment section below the post saying that a criminal case on drug trade was initiated, he posted: "Cheap scandal sheet."
Today the Life announced information on Gazgolder nightclub searches. According to the website, the police led by a tip-off from their own sources, raided the building. The investigation allegedly found bags of illicit substances bartender Daria B kept. According to the Life, a criminal case was initiated under Article 228 of the Criminal Code.
Basta's response to the CrimeRussia:
CrimeRussia: Sources with the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported drug trade at Basta's nightclub Gazgolder
Basta: organ trade too
CrimeRussia: What is happening there anyway? Can we talk on Skype? We could provide any help you need
Basta: That's pure fake
Basta's response to the Life:
Life: MIA initiated a case on drugs found at Basta's club
Basta: ???????? Cheap scandal sheet
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