Russian rapper who supports Putin denied show at Lithuanian concert hall

A concert hall in Vilnius has said "no" to a concert by Russian rapper Timati because the singer is regarded as a Kremlin propaganda tool.

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Timati at a concert in Kaunas in 2013
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