Sergei Aksyonov said that more and more international celebrities are willing to become Russian citizens and has already prepared an open letter to foreign actors, musicians and athletes, inviting them to Crimea.
He has promised Russian citizenship, housing help and assured there would be "no administrative and other barriers for celebrities willing to move to Crimea."
- We will only welcome American Beverly Hills analogue to appear in Crimea over time, said Aksenov.
There is no way to tell how many foreign celebrities have responded to such a tempting proposition. But the Crime’s "Head" said the number of world stars willing to accept his proposition is going up. He even enumerated some, in particular: American boxer Roy Jones Jr., Limp Bizkit American rock band leader Fred Durst and French actor Sami Naseri.
Curiously, whether they know about it?
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