Ashton Kutcher, whose wife is Ukrainian, warns Russians in Russian language ‘their media is lying’

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Actor Ashton Kutcher whose wife, actress Mila Kunis, is Ukrainian, bluntly told the Russians that their media is lying to them about the war and informed them that the country does not want to be occupied, making it crystal clear that he stands with Ukraine.

Kutcher’s wife lived in Ukraine until the fall of the Soviet Union, according to Fox News. The actor has now become an advocate for the besieged country and is ringing alarm bells over propaganda coming out of Russia’s state-run news organizations.

“Post for socials: If you know someone from Russia Call them and tell them their media is lying to them. Ukraine doesn’t want to fight, they just don’t want Putin’s government and don’t want to be occupied,” the A-list celebrity tweeted to his 17.1 million followers.

Kutcher previously tweeted, “I stand with Ukraine.” He is also showing support for Ukrainian refugees seeking shelter and aid.

The actor retweeted that Airbnb is providing shelter for Ukrainian refugees for free in a number of countries.

“Airbnb and are working with our Hosts to house up to 100,000 refugees fleeing from Ukraine, for free,” Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky tweeted. “We need help to meet this goal. The greatest need we have is for more people who can offer their homes in nearby countries, including Poland, Germany, Hungary and Romania.”

Kunis has been open about her experiences when she emigrated from Ukraine to the United States. She was born in Chernivtsi in 1983. Originally, the city was part of communist Russia. In 1991, it became part of Ukraine, according to Marie Claire.

“It was very communist, and my parents wanted my brother and me to have a future, and so they just dropped everything,” the actress recounted to the Los Angeles Times during a 2008 interview. “They came with $250.”

Kunis came to the United States when she was young and adjusted to American life quickly. But when she first arrived in Los Angeles, she only spoke Russian and it was a major change in her life with hurdles she had to overcome, according to a 2011 interview with The Telegraph.

“My parents had given up good jobs and degrees, which were not transferable. We arrived in New York on a Wednesday and by Friday morning my brother and I were at school in LA,” she noted. She was also terrified of going to school because she had not learned English yet.

“I blocked it out,” Kunis recalled. “I don’t have any memories. Apparently, my parents tell me, I cried every morning and when I came back from school. When I wrote my essay for college, it was about imagining what it was like being blind and deaf at the age of seven, because that’s what it felt like.”

Americans, including Hollywood celebrities, have united in their unwavering support for Ukraine and its people against Russian aggression. Kutcher and Kunis are standing for Ukraine proudly and doing what they can to help the people being impacted by the war.

Over 1 million Ukrainians have now fled the country as Putin’s troops descend on Kyiv, telling them to leave or die. Republic World is reporting that 2,000 civilians have been killed so far and that number is likely to explode over the coming days.


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