The new clip of Oxxxymiron (rapper Miron Fedorov) "Oida" is required to be checked for extremism because of the mention of the white-blue-white flag. A statement addressed to the head of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, was written by the Call of the People organization, known for its denunciations of performers whom it considers "enemies of Russia."
In the track “Oida”, the authors of the denunciation did not like the line “Our flag has white snow and a blue river.” In a letter to Bastrykin, The Call of the People notes that this is a reference to the white-blue-white flag of "free Russia, or modern Vlasovites." The topic of Andrei Vlasov pops up twice in the letter. Oksimiron is called his follower there and reminded that Vlasov was executed by hanging on August 1, 1946 for betrayal.
At the same time, neither Vlasov nor the Russian Liberation Army (ROA) have ever used the white-blue-white flag in the form in which it is used by the Russian opposition. The ROA used a black Spanish shield with a blue St. Andrew's cross, as well as a white-blue-red tricolor, which is now the flag of the Russian Federation.
The new clip of Oksimiron was filmed in St. Petersburg, in the track the performer sends his regards to the Investigative Committee, talks about the threat of nuclear war, talks about the war and the lost house.