Russian singer, former member of the Fabrika group, Sati Kazanova, spoke about the living conditions in the capital of the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic of Nalchik, where she moved in her youth with her parents. According to the artist, the experience was a “deep trauma” for her. Casanova shared this story with Instagram followers.
The singer dedicated the publication in her account to her relationship with money and how she lived before participating in the Star Factory project. She noted that in the 1990s her family had money problems – “creditors came and threatened for debts.” According to Casanova, having moved to Nalchik, she and her parents lived in a rented apartment where there were cockroaches.
Casanova also shared a story about her life in the capital. “In the second year after moving to Moscow, the question of self-paying for housing arose for me, and I began to wake up in a cold sweat. Not understanding what I am more afraid of – to stay on the street or to return to Nalchik, ”the artist explained.
Earlier in January, Victoria Bonya, a former participant in the Russian television project Dom-2, spoke about housing conditions in Moscow. The model noted that at one time she moved to the capital from the Chita region and was forced to rent a sleeping place in a communal apartment near the Proletarskaya metro station. According to Boney, then there was nothing in the room except three iron beds and a table.