The Credo school, in the south-western city of Orenburg, was temporarily shut down by local authorities after the clip went viral, being viewed more than eight million times in just three days. The video finishes as the bear talks over nursery-style music while the dancers lie in front of him, twerking on the floor. The video was uploaded to YouTube on Sunday but had been filmed in January as a coursework performance, Russia Today reported. As the video spread on social media, many Russian viewers expressed horror at the apparently young age of the dancers and demanded that the school be investigated. Others defended the performance as a reflection of current dance trends, with twerking made famous in performances by artists including Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus.
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Generally speaking, Russian rap is not a genre known for producing nice guys. Antokha MC is a rare exception to this rule. As meek and hippyish he may look, this guy can rap his ass off. Here Antokha flows over a poppy beat that lends frivolity to his childhood reminiscences while adding some playful irony to his quirky wordplay. The song and its feel-good music video, which features Antokha voyaging through Georgia in an RV, is an ode to youth, nostalgia, and just in time for the World Cup football. Taking a break from their usual collaborator, Suzanna, producer-rapper duo Malbec have teamed up with up-and-coming hipster style icon-cum-singer-songwriter Liza Gromova for this synth-filled ballad.
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The women were among a group of protesters who were arrested back in August outside the Russian Consulate at 9 E. They were charged with disorderly conduct and violating a state law that dates back to , which forbids three or more people from wearing masks in public. Their attorney, Norman Siegel, told the New York Times this week he believes the law is unconstitutional, and plans to fight it on the grounds that it violates freedom of expression. While protesters have worn masks to conceal their identities in other instances, in this case they were wearing the masks to show solidarity with the arrested punk band members, Siegel told the New York Times. The ban was adopted in response to the Hudson Valley, in which tenant farmers dressed up as American Indians and killed their landlords, the newspaper reported.
Three young Russian women have been sentenced to short jail terms for creating a music video that shows them twerking near a World War II memorial. A district court in the Black Sea coastal city of Novorossiisk found five women guilty of hooliganism on April Two others were fined after the court said they had health issues that prevented them from being jailed. Russia will mark the 70th anniversary of the World War II victory over Nazi Germany with a series of ceremonies across the country next month, and President Vladimir Putin's government has been playing up the events for propaganda purposes. The Novorossiisk hearing took place nearly two weeks after investigators carried out a probe into a popular video showing a group of six women twerking -- a type of dance move -- next to the memorial, which stands on a hill overlooking the Black Sea.