Putin’s ‘love child’ deletes Instagram after getting trolled over Ukraine war

Putin’s ‘love child’ deletes Instagram after getting trolled over Ukraine war

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ‘love child’, 18-year-old Luiza Rozova has seemingly taken a break from social media. According to reports, the teen deactivated her Instagram account following an influx of messages and comments from people trolling her about the Russia-Ukraine invasion.

Rozova is allegedly the daughter of Putin and Svetlana Krivonogikh.

Putin’s alleged daughter deletes IG!

In November 2020, Proekt Media reported that Putin and 46-year-old Svetlana Krivonogikh, an International Economic Relations diploma holder, were engaged in an affair and in 2003 welcomed a baby girl, Elizaveta (known as Luiza Rozova) into the world.

While the media company did an investigation into the alleged relationship between the Russian president and the multi-millionaire, there is no evidence that Luiza is in fact his daughter.

The company was also barred from functioning by Russian authorities.

Despite this, Putin’s alleged love child has ducked off Instagram after app users started to troll her over the Russia-Ukraine invasion.

Outrage ensues

“While you’re fluffing around in Monaco, people of your generation are dying in Ukraine because of your father. Your destiny will be that of Marija Milosevic when your dad gets sent to The Hague,” wrote one user.

Another said:

“Many Ukrainians have forgotten about what sleep is, and even more so in bed. After all, falling asleep, many of us run the risk of not waking up. People spend the night in basements like rats because bombs are falling from the sky and rockets are coming.

“All you need is not to be silent, not to stand aside. Tell people the truth about what is happening in Ukraine!”

Luiza Rozova, a student at St Petersburg, has been bombarded with these and other similar comments and messages from angered people across the world who have taken to slamming her for her “father” Putin’s role in the war that was started when he ordered troops to invade Ukraine.

According to Daily Mail, Rozova, who had 84,000 followers, stopped posting on the app five months ago, but her account remained visible until today.

Now a message says in Russian: “User not found.”