MOSCOW, 8 March - RIA Novosti. Russian comedian, screenwriter and producer Semyon Slepakov recorded a song dedicated to March 8, in which he made fun of the recent incident with fitness trainer Yana Dankova, who shouted at a taxi driver in the suburbs.
"I believe that on the coming day of March 8, women should communicate their desires to men in the most effective way that we have all recently seen," Slepakov says in a video posted on Instagram.
The comedian recorded the composition on behalf of a girl who, in a rude manner, demands gifts from her beloved: a bag and a trip to the cinema for a movie about love - "so that kindness flows from the screen."
"Hurry, congratulate me, scum!" - says the chorus.
At the end of the song, the girl announces her desire to marry a man and have children from him. At the same time, the heroine of the composition insults the chosen one in every possible way.
In conclusion, Slepakov addresses the person behind the scenes with the words: "Well, did you take me off, scum?"
In mid-February, a video appeared on social networks in which Yana Dankova yells at the taxi driver, hits him on the shoulders and insults him, calling him "scum" and demanding to take her to the place where "people are waiting for her."
According to the fitness trainer, the driver did not move on purpose, and agreed to go faster "only for a fee." In addition, she stated that on the way the man was rude to her and threatened to drop her off.