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MakSim personally explained the “drunken concert” in Sochi: “Circumstances”

Singer MakSim (Marina Abrosimova) commented on her outrageous concert in Sochi, where fans who gathered for the show last night were terribly disappointed. The public posted numerous videos and complained that the artist was allegedly drunk – they came to such a conclusion by watching the singer on stage. MakSim seemed to be slow, she sang softly and barely hit the notes, and in the middle of the performance she simply left the stage. Skeptics considered it to be definitely alcohol, especially since such rumors had previously circulated about MakSim.

Over the past few years, the singer’s managers categorically denied that MakSim had an addiction, and they explained the disruptions at concerts with a busy work schedule and discomfort. This time, the artist’s team also said she was not drinking – it’s just that the 39-year-old singer, who was suffering from severe coronavirus, failed her health again.

“The pressure mounted, I felt dizzy, my voice disappeared, confirmed the singer herself on the social network. The circumstances proved to be stronger than me…”

MakSim apologized to her fans and assured that all attendees of yesterday’s concert will be refunded their ticket money. She also assured that her tour will continue strictly on schedule.

Earlier, singer Olga Zarubina, in an interview with MK, expressed confidence that MakSim was not drunk in Sochi. At the same time, the performer of the hit “Music is playing on the ship” expressed the opinion that his colleague acted disrespectfully towards fans and organizers. Zarubina thinks that MakSim should have immediately postponed the concert to a new date if she did not feel well before the performance.

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