Singer Mitya Fomin, who became a member of the Alfa Jazz Fest music festival in Lviv, did not fail to mention that Crimea became Russian.
This statement was made by a Russian singer during an interview with one of the Ukrainian TV channels, when he was reminded that he had performed on the peninsula after the Crimea had become part of Russia. A journalist talking with Fomin noted that he was quietly performing in Ukraine, as the SBU probably just did not know about his concerts in Crimea.
The editors of uznayvse.ru remind that earlier a number of Russian artists, such as, and, got into the list of persons who are denied entry to Ukraine. This is due either to their public position, or to the fact that they acted in the "occupied" Crimea.