Shufutinsky's grandson rapper Noah decided to repatriate to Israel
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The grandson of the famous chansonnier Mikhail Shufutinsky, whose time will come very soon, decided to leave the United States for a country that he considers his historical homeland. He stated that he had decided to repatriate to Israel. In America, Noah Shufutinsky, known to his fans under the pseudonym Westside Gravy, performs as a rapper and has an impressive audience of fans.
It should be said right away that Noah's decision to go to live in Israel was not a shock for those who know him. A 20-year-old guy knows and loves this country well and has even learned Hebrew. His friends and fans know that he maintains his social media accounts in two languages — English and Hebrew.
Relatively recently, Noah Shufutinsky left the United States and moved to Israel to live. Most likely, he decided to live in the country for a while in order to make a final decision later. And now that day has come, and Noah announced that he plans to obtain Israeli citizenship and stay in Israel forever.
The rap artist does not risk losing fans of his work. In Israel, he is known almost as well as in the USA. His track "Diaspora" even became popular in this country and was played on radio and television. Yes, like any citizen of the country under the age of 29, Noah will have to serve in the army for 18 months. But the guy says it doesn't scare him.
Noah is the son of Mikhail Shufutinsky's youngest son Anton and his wife, a black American Brandy. Like many other family members of the Russian chanson star, the grandson chose a creative path. Grandfather strongly supported Noah in his endeavor, both morally and financially.