Nastia, The Black Madonna respond to Vakula EP artwork


Vakula is changing the artwork to a recent EP depicting Peggy Gou, Nastia, Nina Kraviz and The Black Madonna following criticism this week.

 

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Post in purpose ) Our Ukrainian artist Vakula has announced his next release with me, @ninakraviz , @blackmadonnachi and Peggy Gou on the cover with the next description: “I dedicated this project to my beloved women, where we tried to depict the most beautiful dick that those girls depicted on the cover could ever meet. Find in stores, do not miss”. Well.. Sigmund Freud would be satisfied. I believe it’s that kind of a dick he dreams about! Let’s say when I met him in 2015 he seriously told me I am shity and not even a DJ, but if we come together he can teach me.. The biggest lol I have seen for a while. I always knew he is such an arrogant and lost sexist + simply idiot who believes he is one and only artist comparing himself with Theo Parrish, but I didn’t expect he will go that far.. His most problem is that he can’t handle our success 🤷🏻‍♀️ Can’t tag him here because he banned me last year just because he didn’t want me to see his page )) Gonna go to the store and get my copy! Good advertisement tho! This is worthy a promotion for free in my feed 🤪 #vakula #cover #nastia #ninakraviz #blackmadonna #peggygou #sexism #hate #lol

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Per Aspera Ad Astra was released in February by Croatian label Barba Records under Mikhaylo Vityk’s Rocco Siffredi alias, named after an Italian adult-film actor. The three tracks are titled “Per Penis Ad Astra,” “The Elements” and “CODE P.” The illustration, by Wanda Kuchvalek, features the four DJs captaining a penis-shaped spaceship. He captioned the art on Instagram, “I dedicated this project to my beloved women, where we tried to portray the most beautiful dick that those girls on the cover could ever meet,” including “#fuckthesystem” among the hashtags.

While he announced the record on Instagram on March 1st, word of the artwork only spread wide after Nastia shared her disgust with it on Instagram yesterday. She also detailed having sexist interactions with Vakula in the past: “When I met him in 2015, he seriously told me I am shitty and not even a DJ, but if we come together he can teach me… I always knew he [was] such an arrogant and lost sexist, and simply idiot, who believes he is [the] one and only artist—comparing himself with Theo Parrish, but I didn’t expect he [would] go that far… His [biggest] problem is that he can’t handle our success.” She closed, “Can’t tag him here because he banned me last year.”



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