Sister Kobzon denied reports that the actor fell into a coma

© RIA Novosti / Ilya Petliurite in photobanks Kobzon. Archival photoSister Kobzon denied reports that the actor fell into a coma© RIA Novosti / Ilya Petliurite the image Bank

Sister of national artist of the USSR Joseph Kobzon Helena has denied reports that the singer fell into a coma.

«Joseph Davydovich, all is well, sitting drinking coffee with Nellie’s mother and a nurse. How can you over him so make fun of our relatives?», she said in comments to television channel RT.

Helena said that Kobzon is on the planned treatment, and media reports forced the family and friends of the artist to worry about. It encouraged respect the personal life of the singer and not to spread unverified information.

«You can write about his works, but to give him his health is just not right. It’s not empathy. It’s murder. And if he used the Internet?» — she added.

Previously, the press Secretary Varvara Vinogradova Kobzon also clarified that the actor is undergoing treatment.

«There is no criticality no. Nothing new, don’t worry,» she said.

Data on the state of the singer

A few days ago in the media appeared information that Joseph Kobzon was in intensive care. It was reported that the artist was connected to the ventilator, and then he fell into a coma.

In turn, the RIA Novosti source in the state Duma reported that 80-year-old singer, who also held the post of first Deputy head of the Committee of the lower house of Parliament on the culture, is in serious but stable condition. The Agency then expressed confidence that Kobzon will be fine.

«He is strong and always wins,» said the source, adding that the singer is undergoing chemotherapy.
In June, media also reported about the hospitalization of Kobzon. His sister later told RIA Novosti that an artist all right — it was only a viral infection.

Later Kobzon told RIA Novosti that feels good.

Health problems Kobzon began more than a decade ago. In 2005, the artist was diagnosed with cancer, after which he underwent several operations and courses of chemotherapy.

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