While the Network does not subside discuss the life of Olga Buzova, her personal failures and professional achievements, she, Olga continues to work on myself. After a couple days of half-baked singer is preparing to present his third composition under the telling title “the People did not believe.”
Meanwhile, my debut music video has gained over 3 million views on YouTube, Thank you for your interest in my work, for your comments and support Who have not yet looked at the link in the header of the profile I am very proud, and incredibly grateful to @alexey_k_golubev for the opportunity to work with you on one platform You’re a genius and you make me feel #used
Despite his catastrophic employment, the star found the time and wrote article for magazine “Russian pioneer”, which responded to all the haters. “Actually, I sometimes get the feeling that for some people write me stuff in the comments under the photo or video is the meaning of life,” shared Olga. While Buzova even made a portrait of those people who criticize it: “Some say the Internet is evil. But I am convinced that evil is a kind of freedom and liberty. Who flood Facebook with their posts about how bad it is, and what all needs to be changed, but I continue to lie on the couch and live on the wages of mothers or wives, and all with more joy pour out his venom in the comments in our social media and news portals — insulting writing and fantasizing”.
The very same Olga is closely monitoring the review on its own page in the Network and at times even entering a debate with dissenting followers and regularly shares new posts. However, the presenter believes that in the modern world otherwise it is impossible: “Calls on facetime, messages motsepe and photos on Instagram — it all brings us together. Despite the fact that scientists have identified a new disease of “Internet addiction”, I can confidently say that I don’t have it”.
Recall that according to rumors, one of the reasons for the divorce of Olga Buzova and Dmitry Tarasov became just “lives for likes”.
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