Jennifer Lopez sued for shaking her Booty in Morocco

Jennifer Lopez sued for shaking her Booty in Morocco

She’s known for her popular “Booty” however now, a late raunchy performance in Morocco has landed Jennifer Lopez with an exceptionally unsexy lawsuit.


The “On the Floor” artist has experience harsh criticism from an instructive gathering, who claim that she “disturbed public order and tarnished women’s honor and respect” with her dramatic antics after the 29 May show in capital Rabat was telecast on public television.

J-Lo has performed in Morocco before yet her gigs have never publicized on television as of recently, as indicated by TMZ. The 45-year-old’s high vitality show at the Mawazine World Rhythms Global Music Celebration highlighted uncovering outfits flaunting her curves and, obviously, loads of booty shaking. It’s J-Lo, what did they anticipate?

Jennifer Lopez sued for shaking her Booty in Morocco
This kind of moves did not go down well in Morocco

Morocco is a traditionalist country and some are accepted to be requesting that clergyman of interchanges Mustapha Khalifi leave for allowing the performance to be shown, the BBC reports.

Khalifi tweeted that the show was”unacceptable and goes against broadcasting law” and needs to meet with the morals panel of the 2M system that publicized it. He is not anticipated to resign.

Should J-Lo and her promoter face legitimate legal consequences from the claim (improbable yet conceivable), she could face up to two years in jail, putting her forthcoming Las Vegas residency at danger.

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