Outrage Erupts as ‘Almost Naked’ Party, Featuring ‘Putin’s Goddaughter,’ Enrages Propagandists Amidst War in Ukraine

Officials and pro-war activists in Russia have criticized a "near-naked" party filled with celebrities organized by media personality Anastasia Ivleeva for going against the country's conservative values.

Images from the Wednesday, December 15th party at Mutabor, a popular nightclub in Moscow, showcased scantily clad pop stars including Filipp Kirkorov, Lolita, and Dima Bilan, as well as TV presenter and 2018 presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak.

Ekaterina Mizulina, the head of the League for Internet Freedom, a pro-Kremlin pressure group advocating for stricter regulations on online behavior, called for a boycott of the participants.

Russian war enthusiasts are furious over a debauched party held in the Russian capital while soldiers perish in Ukraine. The revelry, dubbed “Sodom and Gomorrah,” saw Russia’s elite in attendance, including a close associate of President Vladimir Putin, according to The Sun.

Among the most criticized guests was a pregnant Ksenia Sobchak, dressed in a Sorelle outfit without a bra.

The 40-year-old TV presenter had run for the Russian presidency in 2018.

Putin is said to have baptized her and considered her late father, Anatoli Sobchak, his political mentor.

Ksenia Sobchak has brushed off criticism of the party she attended, which has outraged war supporters.

She countered, saying, “Perhaps it was a bad party in your opinion, but we wanted to be glamorous, and it turned out the way it did. Maybe you don’t like looking at everything, but sorry, where and when adults show their bare bottoms is their business. The world is not fair – it always has been, is, and will be like that. Somewhere people are killed, somewhere children are starving, and elsewhere [people] drink champagne at the same time. No mourning can last forever.”

Another prominent figure, rapper Vacio, was seen wearing only sneakers and a Balenciaga sock on his “genital organ.”

The dress code for the “near-naked” party was arranged by popular fashion blogger and socialite Nastia Ivleeva, who is a TV presenter and actress.

She boasted about adorning herself with diamonds and emeralds worth £200,000 on her “weak rear.”

She wrote on her Instagram account, “I decided not to overdo it with accessories and that a diamond worth 23 million [rubles] on my backside would suffice.”

The actress added that people label her party themes as demonic and depraved, although she believes “people look beautiful half-naked.”

Critics demand investigation, punishment, and boycotting of participants

Vladislav Pozdniakov, the leader of the so-called Male State, a patriarchal and nationalist Russian group, called Nastia Ivleeva’s party “an empty satanic party” at the Mutabor club in the capital.

TV propagandist Vladimir Solovyov exclaimed, “How morally deaf must one be? Our boys are now fighting at the front. To what extent do you not understand absolutely anything about the country, about Putin? The supreme commander-in-chief raises a toast to our victory, and who do you support? You can’t even imagine how much I hate and despise you people.”

The scandalous gathering has outraged many Russian patriots and war enthusiasts.

Public figure Yuri Podolyaka stated, “It is clear that our soldiers on the front are not fighting for this. Not for this Russia.”

“This is either Sodom or Gomorrah, or both cities at the same time. I just can’t believe all this is happening for real. It’s happening right now, at this moment,” reacted poet Anna Reviakina.

The pro-war Telegram channel Two addressed the attendees, stating, “You are just trash; you will burn in hell.”

Such broadcasting outlets have long been enraged about how Moscow’s elite continues to party while hundreds of thousands of Russian soldiers are killed or mutilated in a war instigated by dictator Putin.

However, this event seems to have crossed a line.

“Patriots have reported revelers to prosecutors, who will now check if it was illegal,” writes The Sun.

Many complained that it comes when Putin emphasized that Russia fights for traditional values but displayed degeneracy.

The conservative organization Zov Naroda appealed to the head of Russia’s Investigative Committee and the Ministry of Internal Affairs, asking for an inquiry into drug use.

Dmitri Gusev, a member of the State Duma, urged state television to cut out those who attended the “almost naked” party from pre-recorded New Year’s broadcasts.

“If their shows can’t be erased, edit their images and voices,” Gusev wrote in a letter shared by the Telegram news channel Baza.

His colleague, former spy Maria Butina, who spent a brief period imprisoned in the United States, went further, urging the police to investigate if the party breached Russia’s law on “gay propaganda” and President Vladimir Putin’s 2022 decree on “traditional Russian spiritual and moral values.”

Nina Ostanina, who heads the family protection committee in the Duma (lower house of the Russian parliament), called for the Prosecutor General’s Office to criminally prosecute those present for what she described as “a feast during the plague… regardless of their [celebrity] status.”

Police raided Mutabor the day after the “near-naked” party opened to the public. Baza reported that the event started an hour later than scheduled and noted that the guests were “much more dressed” than the previous day.

Ivleeva herself ridiculed the criticisms, sarcastically stating she “loves” it when “this country, this world cannot accept each other.”

“We look at beautiful, slim Western models and say, ‘Wow, they’re so beautiful, they’re so cool.’ When our beautiful and fit artists emerge, everyone says, ‘Damn, how can they do that? Pop music has gone downhill,'” Ivleeva responded.

On Friday, December 22nd, a Moscow court issued an arrest warrant for a participant – Ekaterinburg rapper Nikolai Vasiliev, known as VACÍO – for 15 days on charges of petty hooliganism and fined him 200,000 rubles ($2,100) for “gay propaganda.”

“Well, damn it, I’ll do some sports [and] read some books, ha, ha, peace to everyone,” Vasiliev wrote on his Telegram channel, confirming the verdict.


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