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Nikolay Fedorovich Lebedev

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Nikolay Fedorovich Lebedev
Born (2000-11-14) November 14, 2000 (age 23)
🏳️ Citizenship Moldova
💼 Occupation
tiktoker, streamer, video blogger, hip-hop artist.
📆 Years active  2016–present
Known forNekoglai

Nikolay Fedorovich Lebedev,[1] known as Nekoglai (Russian: Николáй Фёдорович Лéбедев; born November 14, 2000, Chișinău) is a Moldovan tiktoker, streamer, video blogger, and hip-hop artist.

On January 10, 2022, Nekoglai, together with streamer Ivan Zolo, set a record for viewers on a live broadcast in the Russian-speaking Twitch community.[2]

On November 9, 2022, Nikolai was detained in Moscow, and was deported to Moldova following a court ruling by the Presnensky Court of Moscow.


Nikolai Lebedev was born in Chișinău, Moldova. When he was 9 years old, his mother died of cancer, and when Nekoglai was 10 years old, his father died of tuberculosis, after which his older brother began to take care of his upbringing.

He began to conduct live broadcasts on the Twitch video streaming service in 2016. He played Dota 2 and Counter Strike: Global Offensive mainly on live broadcasts.

In May 2021, he shot a video in TikTok, which brought him his first fame. Nekoglai made a reaction to the video of Russian singer and rapper Egor Kreed and shouted in it: «Razryvnaya! Yumorish, yumorish!» (Russian: Разрывная! Юморишь, юморишь! lit. Explosive! Humorous, humorous!).

Later he met Ivan Zolochevsky from the Moscow region, who also shot videos in TikTok, under the pseudonym «IvanRofel2004». They began to conduct joint live broadcasts and duets in TikTok, and later began streaming on Twitch.

On December 22, 2021, streamers set a record for the number of simultaneous viewers of the broadcast on Russian-language Twitch – 261 thousand viewers watched the broadcast at the same time, and on January 10, 2022, they broke their own record – there were 578 thousand people at the peak of the broadcast.

On the night of May 6, 2022, Nekoglai had an accident in Moscow, resulting in a concussion. The driver died on the spot.[3]


On November 7, 2022, he posted a video in TikTok with a parody of a Russian soldier throwing Ukrainian grenades, with song Rasputin by the German group Boney-M.[4][5] This caused a negative reaction from the head of the Safe Internet League Ekaterina Mizulina [ru], who called Nekoglai a "bantling".[6] On November 9, he was detained and taken to the Babushkinsky court in Moscow, where he was fined five thousand rubles and sentenced to deportation to Moldova, since he is its citizen.[7] On November 10, a video spread on the Internet in which Nikolai, shaved bald and having visible bruises, declares that he "feels like an animal" and apologizes for the recorded video.[8] According to his friends, the blogger was beaten,[9] cigarettes were extinguished on his head.

On November 24, Nekoglai was deported to Moldova on a connecting flight in Armenia.[10]

While in Moldova, on December 4, he released a video titled "Exposing the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The history of the lawlessness of the Russian Federation", in which he spoke about the tortures inflicted on him by employees of the Russian special services. In particular, he claimed was beaten, stripped, raped with a bottle, his hair was torn and his head was sliced by a razor when he was forcibly shaved. He was denied access to his lawyer and was held in a solitary confinement for a week. The belongings he had on him when he was detained, including 200,000 of Russian rubles and two iPhones, were confiscated without being filed in the detention protocols.[11]



  • Razryvnaya (Rus: Разрывная) (2021)
  • Kolyan (Rus: Колян) (2021)
  • Obychniy paren' (feat. ivanzolo2004, prod. Slava Marlow[12]) (Rus: Обычный парень) (2022)
  • Gangster (feat. Daniil Stepanov) (Rus: Гангстер) (2022)
  • Cumback (2022)
  • LED (2022)
  • Na Den' Interesna (feat. Danya Milokhin) (Rus: На день интересна) (2023)

On March 3, 2022, Nekoglai released track «Cumback».[13] He got into the ratings of the TopHit website, namely: the fourth place of the chart «The best YouTube clips in Russia for a week»,[14] and also took 49th place of the chart «New Russian Spotify hits in Russia for a month».[15]


  1. Cumback, retrieved 2022-11-12
  2. Темникова, Ксения (2022-11-08). "Кто такой блогер Некоглай, записавший пародию на подвиг российского бойца". Известия (in русский). Retrieved 2022-11-12.
  3. ""Виноваты не мы". Блогер Некоглай – о смертельном ДТП в Москве". (in русский). Retrieved 2022-11-12.
  4. "TikTok star mocked Russia – expelled". Norway Posts English. 2022-11-11. Retrieved 2022-11-12.
  5. "В Москве задержали блогера Nekoglai". (in русский). 9 November 2022. Retrieved 2022-11-12.
  6. "Мизулина назвала "выродком" блогера Некоглая и попросила проверить его на дискредитацию армии". НТВ (in русский). Retrieved 2022-11-12.
  7. "Суд решил депортировать блогера Некоглая из России". РБК (in русский). 9 November 2022. Retrieved 2022-11-12.
  8. "Тиктокер Некоглай на камеру извинился за пародию на ролик с российским военным, который лежал в окопе и отбрасывал от себя гранаты". Медиазона (in русский). Retrieved 2022-11-13.
  9. "Блогера Некоглая (9,5M в тиктоке) выслали из России. После задержания его обрили наголо и, судя по всему, избили На заседании суда он расплакался и попросил, чтобы его как можно скорее депортировали". Meduza (in русский). Retrieved 2022-11-13.
  10. "Блогера Некоглая (9,5M в тиктоке) выслали из России. После задержания его обрили наголо и, судя по всему, избили". Meduza (in русский). 2022-11-24. Retrieved 2023-04-05.
  11. "Блогер Некоглай рассказал, как силовики заставляли его сесть на бутылку". The Insider (in русский). Retrieved 2022-12-05.
  12. "У Некоглая вышел трек "Обычный парень". Это фит с Иваном Золо под биты Slava Marlow". (in русский). Retrieved 2022-11-12.
  13. "Некоглай выпустил музыкальный клип". ИА REGNUM (in русский). Retrieved 2022-11-12.
  14. "Новые русские хиты Spotify в России за месяц - Музыкальные Чарты TopHit". TopHit (in русский). Retrieved 2022-11-12.
  15. "Музыкальные чарты за 10 неделю: лидируют Gayazov$ Brother$, "Ленинград", Люся Чеботина и другие". (in русский). 2022-03-17. Retrieved 2022-11-12.

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