Red Hot Chili Peppers Support Pussy Riot

Anthony Kiedis played two gigs in Russian wearing solidarity T-shirt.

Red Hot Chili Peppers Support Pussy Riot

Anthony Kiedis, the frontman for Red Hot Chili Peppers played a concert in Moscow wearing T-shirt with inscription PUSSY RIOT the name of Russian female punk rock band members of which were arrested after a so-called protest punk prayer and imprisoned.

Anthony Kiedis appeared in the same T-shirt at a concert in St. Petersburg a day before.

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