Especially for QHA, Jamala’s father Alim Dzhamaladinov commented on the situation with Russian journalists who following his daughter’s win in the musical contest "Eurovision 2016" literally sleep outside their house.
- They come and try to do the interview. We do not talk with them. They ask one things, then distort the facts and say something quite different. Nothing is clear. They want to hear only what they want to hear. They do not want to hear the good things, said Alim Aga.
He went on saying he reacts calmly to the negative criticism against the daughter.
- Why taking offence? said Alim Dzhamaladinov.
As QHA reported earlier, May 14 the Ukrainian singer of the Crimean Tatar origin Jamala took the first place at the International Song Contest "Eurovision-2016."The TV viewers’ votes gave Ukraine an opportunity to beat leading Australia. The latter along with Russia were placed second and third, respectively.
Yesterday, May 16, President Petro Poroshenko awarded the Ukrainian singer of the Crimean Tatar origin Jamala the title of People's Artist of Ukraine.