The Instagram models posted the video of themselves feeding a homeless man on their social media.
Twin sisters Alina and Adelya Fatkheeva, sparked outrage after posting a video of themselves feeding a homeless man. The video shows the Russian models walking down the street in designer wear. Suddenly, they spot a man in a wheelchair, Yuri Zasorin.
The sisters say to each other, “Poor thing, he probably hasn’t eaten for a long time.” The Fatkheeva twins then call a sushi restaurant to deliver food to them.
The pair then feed Zasorin the sushi with their hands, before handing over the entire tray to him. The video ends with him saying, “Everyone knows that there are good people who can help.”
However, people started slamming the 24-year-olds after finding out this clip was a publicity stunt. The Instagram models used this video to enter the We Care competition. The contest asked people to send in videos of themselves doing good deeds.
The winners of the competition will receive a variety of prizes including an iPhone XR and PlayStation 4.
One user commented, “These twins are so divorced from actual life that they don’t even perceive how the poor will be helped.”
While another wrote, “A lot hypocrisy in these 42 seconds.”
Furthermore, another added, “These hens do not give a rattling about this homeless man, they wished to get an iPhone, not assist an individual.”
The twins have almost 28,000 followers on Instagram.
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