Pussy Riot members attend human rights concert in NYC

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BROOKLYN, NY – Not that Russian President Vladimir Putin doesn’t have enough chips on his plate with the Olympics…there’s room for more. A couple of ‘Pussy’s are on the loose!

Fresh out of prison, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina of the Russian band Pussy Riot, made an appearance at an Amnesty International human rights concert in Brooklyn, New York. Their message is freedom for all political prisoners. And, oh yeah, get Putin out of office.

“They must be commended for their courage and for their fearlessness. Yay! That would be a “yay.” You can do better than that. They must be commended.”

Madonna applauded them like she did back in 2012. Talk about a number one fan, right?!

Anywho, we’ll see where this Pussy-led human rights movement takes the world this go-round. But, no doubt, it’s already, so far, been one heck of a cat-call!