Putins inner circle complain about lack of live music at Vlads memorial

A secret memorial service for the apparently-dead Russian President Vladimir Putin saw Vlad's inner circle getting very drunk and “complaining about the live music,” a Kremlin source has claimed.

Over the weekend, it was revealed that a secret service was due to be held so Putin's inner-circle could pay tribute to him after his supposed-death. Claims that Mad Vlad had died surfaced last week, when it was suggested he had suffered a heart attack. It had been reported, for much of the last two years, that Putin had been suffering from a myriad of apparent health issues, with a heart attack apparently being the final nail in the coffin.

The source of the claims is a Telegram channel called General SVR, which is thought to be led by a Kremlin insider, and it said Putin had died at the 71-year-old's Valdai residence.

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However, it was thought the body was sitting in a deep-freeze state until it was officially announced that he had died. And while still not giving an update on where the body is, a memorial service was said to be taking place over the weekend – with details from what happened now emerging.

The source said: “Part of the former entourage of the late Russian President Vladimir Putin gathered for his wake, which quickly turned into a discussion of plans for the future. “Having tasted the gourmet food and drunk many years of sanctioned alcohol, representatives of the pro-Putin elite did not grieve too much and even complained about the lack of live music.

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“Everyone present at the wake is happy with the current state of affairs, but this is for now . . .”

Despite the continued claims from the source, a third denial over the death came from Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Saturday, who was attending the opening of a new Russia exhibition at the Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy – also known as the VDNKh – which Putin was meant to attend, but his appearance was cancelled earlier this week.

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