Goof and Timati's clip about Moscow received a million dislikes. And this is a record of Russian YouTube!By Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/goof-and-timatis-clip-about-moscow-received-a-million-dislikes-and-this-is-a-record-of-russian-youtube
Recently, rappers Timati and Guf (Timur Yunusov and Alexey Dolmatov) released a video for a joint song called "Moscow". In the composition, the artists praised all the charms of the city, and also noted the merits of its mayor Sergei Sobyanin.
But the majority of the audience is their delight for some reason (why?!) not divided. In just a few days, the clip "Moscow" scored a million dislikes, thereby getting into the anti-rating of the Russian YouTube. We find out what's the matter.
The clip "Moscow" was released on September 7, and already on September 9, the number of "I didn't like it" marks under the video reached 1 million! At the same time, only 65 thousand users rated the video positively, and the commentators are sure that some of them are loyal fans of rappers, and the remaining 64.9 thousand simply missed the button.
Thanks to such impressive results, the video "Moscow" topped the top of the worst clips of Russian YouTube. Before that, rapper Face was in the lead in the anti-rating with the track "I drop the West".
And here is the video itself…
The lines "I don't go to rallies and I don't rub game" and "I'll slam a burger for Sobyanin's health" especially attracted listeners. Most users are sure that the rappers "concocted" the track by order of the authorities for the sake of money or some other preferences.
Alternative versions of these lines have already begun to appear in the comments to the video. And one is better than the other:
However, you can see a lot more interesting things in the comments. What are the opinions of the audience about this "creation" of patriotic artists?:
The rappers have already commented on the criticism, assuring that "they did not receive any money for the clip."
Goof was less verbose, but also posted a response to criticism on his Instagram. The rapper wrote that the clip was made in less than two days and became something like a gift to Moscow on City Day.
Rapper Lokimin, having familiarized himself with the clip of Timati and Gufa, offered to superimpose on him footage of the beatings of protesters on the streets. And that's what came out of it:
In the comments, users noted that with the new video sequence, "the song has played with different colors" and now even deserves a like.