Rihanna’s halftime performance at Super Bowl LVII generated uproar, with the Federal Communications Commission receiving numerous complaints about her “too sexual” performance.
The general consensus among those who felt obligated to protest to the feds about Rihanna was that the lyrics and dance were far too sexualized, with some viewers even equating it to porn.
The 103 complaints made to the Federal Communications Commission, a U.S. government organization that governs television, were obtained by TMZ, and the most of them were about Rihanna’s halftime show.
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One California watcher even compared Rihanna’s performance to Kim Petras and Sam Smith’s Grammy performance, stating… “I don’t care what someone worships but children shouldn’t be exposed to pornography and as an adult I don’t wish to see it … Where has decency gone? How about respect for others and self?”
One viewer in Utah wrote: “This year the halftime show was so indecent I had to turn off the TV because of the pornographic content.”
Rihanna was pregnant, so she didn’t dance much, and the majority of the ire was directed towards the background dancers, who some claim made inappropriate gestures, “were patently offensive and completely inappropriate for children.”
When RiRi did manage some dancing movements, these garnered criticism as well… with one Florida viewer stating, “She spread her a** cheek at the crack. She rubbed her pants where her labia were three times.”
As compared to another Super Bowl halftime performance, the Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction at the 2004 Super Bowl, which produced 540,000 complaints, Rihanna’s presentation was a stroll in the park for the FCC.
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