Detsl’s father responds to anonymous people insulting his son's memory
Kirill Tolmatskiy died after his show in Izhevsk on February 3.
The father of the deceased rapper Detsl, Aleksandr Tolmatskiy, has responded to social networks users insulting his son's memory using fake accounts. Tolmatskiy Sr. called the anonymous users “small-time nobodies.”
“All those small-time nobodies, posting nasty things on the pages of my children and wife using fake account, try not to choke on your own bile. Demagogues without userpics and publications, are you that bored? Or were you commissioned to do this? Remember! He was my son, I always have and always will love him...” Tolmatskiy wrote on his Instagram page. He attached an archival video of Detsl’s performance in St. Petersburg.
As previously reported by The CrimeRussia, Kirill Tolmatskiy died after his show in Izhevsk on February 3. The musician felt ill; the doctors who responded to the call could not save him. The media reported that the ambulance crew had failed to perform their duties properly, leaving Detsl to die.
According to preliminary data, Detsl died of cardiac arrest, but its cause was not specified. The doctors will reveal the exact cause of death following the results of a forensic examination. The rapper's father said it would be ready by late February.
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