Red Hot Chili Peppers raise Ukrainian flag at concert

Red Hot Chili Peppers raise Ukrainian flag at concert

During a concert in Miami, Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis came on stage with a Ukrainian flag as a sign of support for Ukraine against the background of Russian aggression.

The band published the corresponding photo from the concert on Facebook.

"love Ukraine," the post reads.

In the comments, Ukrainians thank the band for their support and invite musicians to perform in Ukraine after the victory over Russia.

The American media outlet NME reports that Red Hot Chili Peppers joined Stand Up For Ukraine campaign in support of Ukraine.

Earlier, Bon Jovi American rock band supported the Ukrainian people, posting a video of Odesa volunteers loading sandbags on the coast to their most famous song It's my life.


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