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Jewish millionaires from Ukraine (2010)
Lady Gaga ft. Jewish Oligarchs - Mood Romance
Jewish millionaires from Ukraine (+ 1 parliament member) surprised their friend Sasha Malamud for his 50th birthday with this video clip based on Lady Gaga's bad romance. Note these are some of the Ukraine's most wealthy Jews. I say: kudus for the balls... literally...
It's very hard to translate because there are some really funny wordplays going on, and though I did my best you really have to know Russian to catch all of the hidden stuff there.
Original clip: http://youtu.be/NThFXDzEjMo
About this clip from the a newspaper article:
Men exposing their behinds, spraying ketchup on top of a sex doll and snorting white powder while singing obscene lyrics -- this is not a drunken student hoax but a video featuring some of the Ukraine's most wealthy Jewish oligarchs.
Kiev's Jewish community might have managed to get past the embarrassment had it not been for one particular scene featuring the oligarchs dancing while donned in prayer shawls.
The person behind the scandal is Alexander Melamud, a Jewish entrepreneur involved in the biggest real estate deal in Ukrainian history after selling a large commercial compound in Kiev for $200 million. He is estimated to be worth $49 million. When not doing business, Melamud is busy writing erotic poetry and has even published several books.
The millionaire recently celebrated his 50th birthday. In light of the major event, some of his Jewish friends decided to surprise him with a video featuring a particularly racy song using the melody of Lady Gaga's hit "Bad Romance".
The video's stars include Ukrainian parliament member Dmitry Sandler, who just last week held a wedding for his daughter in Israel; Melamoud's partners and real estate tycoons Gari Korogodsky and Mikhail Spielman; and Alexander Gorodetsky, until recently owner of a major oil company.
Melamud's friends teased him mainly for his literary skills. They also joked about their own Jewish background: One scene shows the participants donned in prayer shawls while waving Star of David medallions and singing "we are heretics." Another shot shows them pouring vodka from bottles whose labels read "Jewish standard."