Russian influencer, 46, asks fans which of her FOUR Porsches she should drive

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Russian multimillionaire, 46, is criticized for ‘vulgar’ display of wealth after asking fans which of her FOUR Porsches to drive while people ‘struggle’

  • Millionaire Yana Rudkovskaya, 46, from Russia, was seen dusting four Porsches
  • Got a response after asking social media followers which car to drive
  • An outraged person commented: ‘We are struggling to buy medicine for children’

A leading Russian influencer has been criticized by her social media followers for showing off her wealth in a video by dusting off her four Porsches and asking her followers which one to drive to a music awards ceremony.

Self-made businesswoman, multi-millionaire Yana Rudkovskaya, 46, felt the ire of her fans with her ostentatious display.

In a clip she shared with Instagram, the music producer was seen wearing sunglasses and dressed head to toe in Louis Vuitton as she dusted off her Porsche 718 Cayman S, Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet, Porsche Panamera GTS and Porsche Cayenne.

She asked, “Would you help me pick a car for tomorrow’s MuzTV awards?”

Yana Rudkovskaya (pictured), 46, from Russia, has been criticized by her social media followers for showing off her wealth in a video by dusting off her four Porsches and asking her followers which one to drive to a music awards ceremony

Yana Rudkovskaya (pictured), 46, from Russia, has been criticized by her social media followers for showing off her wealth in a video by dusting off her four Porsches and asking her followers which one to drive to a music awards ceremony

The Russian influencer can be seen dressed from head to toe in Louis Vuitton as she dusts the luxury car

Yana poses in her oversized sunglasses before moving on to the next Porsche

Self-made businesswoman, multi-millionaire Yana Rudkovskaya, 46, felt the ire of her fans with her ostentatious display. Pictured, left and right: dusting her Porsches

She urged her five million subscribers to vote, but faced a barrage of criticism.

‘Why brag like that? We’re having a hard time buying medicine for children,” one person commented, while a second wrote, “It’s good you’re so rich, but why do you keep bragging about it?”

A third added, “Take a broom, it should do the trick!” while a fourth wrote, “The amount of vulgarity is overwhelming.”

A fifth wrote, “Don’t you have something else to brag about?”

Others said the dusting was “just ridiculous” and that she should “take a cart instead.”

Another comment read, “Why not spend your time helping those in need?”

Yana Rudkovskay urged her five million subscribers to vote, but faced a storm of criticism.  In the photo dusting one of her four Porsches

Yana Rudkovskay urged her five million subscribers to vote, but faced a storm of criticism. In the photo dusting one of her four Porsches

The mother is a self-made millionaire who started out running salon businesses and is now in charge of music artists.  Pictured, in an exotic destination

The mother is a self-made millionaire who started out running salon businesses and is now in charge of music artists. Pictured, in an exotic destination

She received the urgent request: ‘Get on your bike. Why are you bragging so much? You are rich and happy, good for you, but why brag so endlessly?’

She did not respond to the barrage of criticism and did not reveal which Porsche she went to the music awards with.

Rudkovskaya is married to figure skating champion and trainer Evgeny Plushenko, with whom she has two children.

A music producer who also runs a children’s modeling agency, she’s getting her son Alexander “Sasha” Plushenko, eight, ready to become the “best skater in the world.”

An ardent supporter of Vladimir Putin, she revealed Sasha as a fashion model for his first birthday, debuting on the ice in his diapers.

Two years ago, she faced criticism after admitting that the couple used the belt to beat the boy, who was also forced to sit in a dark room.

His mother said this was a punishment “when he misbehaves with his nanny” or other children.

“Don’t feel sorry for a child if you want to be the best on earth.”

She has repeatedly denied putting too much pressure on the boy, who was expected to earn enough to pay his nanny, driver, coaches and guards.

“I don’t see anything wrong with this,” she said. “Everyone has their own ways of raising and living children.”

The couple’s other son, Arseny, was born to a surrogate mother last year.

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