A Drafted Russian rapper reportedly committed suicide after telling his admirers in a heartbreaking parting message that “I’m not ready to kill.”

Ivan Vitalievich Petunin, 27, better known by his stage name Walkie, declared after being enlisted in Putin’s brutal Ukraine war that he couldn’t “carry the stain of murder on my soul.”

Putin is trying to send 300,000 more troops to the front lines. This is because the tyrant’s war is getting worse and troops are still losing ground on the battlefield.


But in order to save themselves from being sent to die in Ukraine, many Russian men have been anxiously hunting for ways to dodge the draft.


Petunin’s body was found near a tall building in the Russian city of Krasnodar on Friday. This was after the musician posted a heartbreaking final video to his Telegram channel.


The rapper, a former soldier in the Russian Army, said to his followers: “If you are watching this video, then I am no longer alive.

“I can’t take the sin of murder on my soul and I don’t want to. I am not ready to kill for any ideals.

“I choose to remain in history forever, as a man who did not support what was happening.”

He added: “I am not ready to take up arms and kill my own kind.”

Petunin, who had previously been treated in a mental hospital, said taking his own life was “a way to express his final protest”.

Putin’s partial mobilization of troops to the front lines, in his opinion, would soon become a complete mobilization.

After Petunin’s death, his girlfriend reportedly posted: “Everything happened unexpectedly… he will always be a bright and kind person who loves to joke.”

Tributes have poured in on his social media pages from devastated fans.

One branded the rapper a “legend” while another wrote: “I hope you found peace.”

Another fan said: “Life is so unpredictable, who would have thought… he was such a bright guy.”

Some allegedly broke their own arms to avoid the draft. Other Russian men are said to be getting married quickly or signing up to take care of elderly children in order to avoid going to war.

As men attempt to escape the Kremlin’s control, there have been massive backups at the borders and a rush to book flights out of Russia.

One man even set himself on fire at a train station in Ryazan, about 110 miles southeast of Moscow, to avoid being sent to the front lines. This was caught on shocking video.

In another sickening video, a Russian man broke his leg on purpose as a last-ditch effort to keep from being sent to Ukraine.

Putin has pushed the world one step closer to nuclear Armageddon, according to NATO leader Jens Stoltenberg, as his battle rages on.

In a chilling warning, he said: “Putin has mobilised hundreds of thousands of more troops, engaged in irresponsible nuclear sabre rattling and now illegally annexed more Ukrainian territory.

“Together, this represents the most serious escalation since the start of the war.

“NATO reaffirms its unwavering support for Ukraine’s independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.

“We remain resolute in providing support to Ukraine as it continues to defend itself against Russia’s aggression, for as long as it takes.”

After a series of fake votes, Putin signed decrees on Friday saying that Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia are now part of Russia.

At a signing ceremony held in the Georgievsky Hall of the Great Kremlin Palace, the merciless land grab became official.

Putin got to the big gathering of his allies late, and then he went on a long, pointless rant.

And shortly after the bizarre address, Ukraine formally submitted an application to join NATO.

In order to “defend our entire community,” President Volodymyr Zelensky approved the paperwork for fast-track admission to the alliance.

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