Sir Rod Stewart takes aim at Vladimir Putin | Entertainment

Sir Rod Stewart has called Vladimir Putin an “a******”.

The 77-year-old music legend is facing Russia’s president days after he revealed he had hired a family of seven Ukrainian refugees while the dictator continued to attack the neighboring country.

Rod was quoted by the Scottish Daily Express as saying: “I use dirty words when I describe Putin. And I try to say, ‘Listen this is not the fault of the Russian people’. A lot of people have been arrested and jailed.

“This is a man and his regime so don’t blame all the Russian people. I have been to Russia many times and I have found the friendliest people in the world, I really have. So it’s not their fault, it’s * *****.”

Rod is preparing a UK tour in November and plans to perform his 1991 “anti-war song” ‘Rhythm Of My Heart’ in tribute to the Ukrainian people.

He said: “I give that to the people of Ukraine, and we produce the flag of Ukraine and [Ukraine’s President] Zelensky (on the big screen).

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Rod forked out of a house in Berkshire, offered a place to live, and made a promise to pay rent and bills for at least a year to husband and wife Rostyslav and Olena and their children, Taras, 17, Kostya, 16, Roman, 13, Mariia. , 10, and Dymtro, two, after fleeing their war-torn nation.

Rod decided to take action after he and his wife Penny Lancaster, 51, watched the tragic news on the news one night.

He said: “Words cannot describe what we were watching.

“Bombings of innocent children, bombings of hospitals and playgrounds. Like everyone else, we were completely mad. I don’t wish that on anyone. This is evil, pure evil.

“I was born just after noon [Second World] The war, so my family has many memories of it.

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“That’s how it bothered me. I never thought we’d see a land war with tanks again.”

Rod and his nephew Warren came up with a plan to fill trucks with supplies to bring to the Ukrainian border.

The ‘I Don’t Want To Talk About It’ singer was keen to make the trip himself but was advised against it, and the lorries returned 16 refugees to Berlin.

After that, he met Rostyslav and his family – who were not part of the 16 returned by his car – and the singer gave two more jobs to the runners in his Essex.

Rod joked the family knew who he was because he left “about 500 CDs” at the house, and admitted it was “really nice” to meet them for the first time.

He added: “I walked in the door and they were all running down the stairs, all dressed in Ukrainian national costume.

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“It was so nice that they all made that effort. They made me a cup of tea and we got lots of biscuits and chocolates, although the kid kept making fun of all of mine. It was really nice.”

Rostyslav and Olena said in a statement: “We are very grateful to Sir Rod Stewart, Warren Cady, his parents and their family for their generosity and their sincere and big hearts. Thanks to their support and Warren’s hard work, our children are now safe and can study normally at school.

“We thank the British Government and the residents of Bracknell, our children’s teachers and all the British people for their tireless and valuable assistance in Ukraine.

“We pray every day for God’s blessings on Sir Rod, Warren, their family and all the British people.”


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