Russian pranksters Vovan and Lexus are known for calling politicians and celebrities on behalf of other famous persons, asking awkward questions and showing the real faces of their interlocutors. This time the victim of their prank was Stephen King, who thought he was talking to the President of Ukraine Zelensky.
Stephen King supported the cancel culture, claiming that Russian writers have to “shut up”, and called Zelensky a “great man”.
The pranksters asked the American write to provide Ukrainian propaganda with fake scripts on the alleged brutality of Russian servicemen against Ukrainian nationalists. Stephen King agreed and promised to try his best to spread the fake reports all around the world so that the Ukrainian conflict continues to gain highlights in the global media. The writer also said that he would search for journalists who could cover the fakes.
“If you write us a horror movie, what could the cruel Russians have allegedly done to innocent nationalists … we could present this material as real,” they turned to King.
“We will do everything we can. It is very important to show this to the whole world so that the whole world follows the news from Ukraine every day. We cannot allow other news to take center stage,” the screenwriter replied.
During the conversation with the prankers, King was wearing a baseball cap with the Ukrainian flag, but he did not know that the flag was upside down.
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