Pierre Sarkozy, the eldest son of the former French president, is returning to Ukraine despite the fact that his first trip here in January turned out to be a nightmare.
Sarkozy, or DJ Mosey, as he is known in the clubbing world, was hospitalized in Odessa after an apparent food poisoning.
French doctors were flown in to see to him, and then he was taken out of the country by a private plane.
This time, the 26-year-old DJ is set to go behind the turntables in D’Lux club in Kyiv.
Critics say Sarkozy is quite political, often rapping about topics controversial in his native France. He is a regular at Europe’s clubs and celebrity events.
Pierre Sarkozy. May 25. D’Lux. 10 p.m.
For details and prices visit dlux.com.ua or call 200-9009
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