Shakira Slammed By Politician Who Says New Video Promotes “Lesbianism”
A politician is slamming Rihanna and Shakira for their provocative moves in their latest music video for, “Can’t Remember to Forget You.”
Colombian politician Marco Fidel Ramirez told CNN en Español during an interview on Wednesday that he thinks the steamy video “promotes immorality.”
“I found a video that evidently contains images that in my opinion are not useful for the emotional growth and development of youths,” Ramirez said. “I think the message that Shakira is sending to the youth and children around the world is a message that sells a lifestyle and promotes a particular orientation, that in my opinion, does not reflect the views of most Colombians,” he added.
Ramirez also took to Twitter to slam the Colombia native writing:
“Our Shakira with her erotic video is promoting tobacco usage and has become the worst example for our youth. Shakira’s new video is a shameless case for lesbianism and immorality. It is a danger to children. #PeligroVideoShakira.”
Shakira fired back at Ramirez, writing on her Facebook page: “It’s not my fault Shakira & Rihanna are that hot. Deal with it.”
Last week, the 37-year-old released the sexy video which features Barbadian beauty, Rihanna. In the three-minute video, the two singers can be seen embracing each other in sexy swimsuits, smoking cuban cigars and singing about a man that they can’t forget.
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