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Video: A Wedding Cake For A Kazakh Dictator’s Relative’s Wedding…This Is Definitely 1%!





“The king of all wedding cakes — more than three meters tall and weighing more than 1,500 kilos — was unveiled at a star-studded wedding in Kazakhstan of a relative of omnipotent President Nursultan Nazarbaev,” wrote RFERL. “The bride’s name was not reported in any media reports of the wedding — nor was it mentioned that she was the daughter of Satybaldy, a wealthy businessman, former deputy director of the country’s secret service, and ex-deputy mayor of the Kazakh capital, Astana.”

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Kazakh social media was not friendly to the revelation of the cake, “… I doubt that this amount so easily wasted could have been fairly earned. Those who start their businesses from scratch and work hard to reach something will never throw [millions of tenges] into the toilet in one day,” said one Twitter post.

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