Legendary actor and musician Steven Seagal is set to perform in Estonia next month before heading down to Crimea to do the same.
Seagal, 63, will perform at the Augustibluus festival in Haapsalu on Saturday, August 2 alongside his blues band, delfi.ee reports.
The actor stirred controversy earlier this year after supporting Putin during the annexation of Crimea. Now, Seagal is set to perform in Sevastopol, Crimea at the International Bike Show on August 8-9. It's reported Seagal will sing one of the songs of the Donetsk People's Republic during the festival.
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