One of Russia’s most famous footballers, Artjom Dzjuba, 34, says he is being pressured for money by people who are now posting intimate videos with the star online.
In November 2020, an intimate video with Dzjuba was posted – in which he masturbates. Now a new intimate video featuring Dzjuba has been posted, according to reports sports.ru.
– I was pressed for money, threatened. I don’t know why they do this. It doesn’t interest me. It will be on their conscience, said Dzjuba Instagram.
Dzjuba has played for Spartak Moscow and Zenit St. Petersburg, now at Lokomotiv Moscow. He is the all-time top scorer in the Russian Premier League.
On Instagram, he said that he doesn’t have any gray hairs in the video, and therefore must be old.
The case has received a lot of attention in Russia, where even politicians have spoken out about it. This is Vitaly Milonov, to say the least, an outspoken colleague from Putin’s United Russia party.
He advised the soccer star to find a “normal girl” who doesn’t post videos online, reports say CLEAN Tv.
– Zenit fans might be able to help him find a beautiful and normal girl, said Milonov.
Also in 2020, when a video with Dzjuba was posted before an important match between Krasnodar and his Zenit, it was finally discovered that the player was pressured for money. A well-known female blogger was later accused of being behind the publication. He denied it.
Artyom Dzyuba scored three goals for Russia in the 2018 home World Cup. After the World Cup, he and the rest of the team were invited to the Kremlin, where they were praised by President Vladimir Putin.
He is one of the most well-known players in the Russian league and apart from being a guest star at Turkish club Adana Demirspor, he has played for Russian clubs over the years.
Many people love Dzjuba – a phenomenon that the Russians call “Dzjubamania”.
Another part hated Dzjuba, and the fans of Spartak Moscow were no exception, who never forgave him for going to Zenit in his time. Dzjuba joined Spartak’s academy when he was eight years old and belonged to Spartak until 2015, although he was loaned out to several clubs.
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