Dec 31, 2012 Letters Comments Off on Two shocking and disgusting things about this particular video
Peace unto you and the reading public.
I happened to catch a glimpse of a music video on the morning program Daybreak on Cable 65. It was a song featuring Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull. Two things were shocking and disgusting about that particular video.
Ms. Lopez’s outfit was her undergarment! Second, the movements of the artistes were definitely not dancing. I know what dancing is. Their movements reminded me of what a husband and wife do in the privacy of their bedroom. What I saw prompted me to call and mention it to the host. Lo and behold, this host saw nothing indecent about Ms. Lopez’s outfit. I want him to tell me and all decent-minded citizens of this country what could be more indecent than seeing a woman in only her underwear. All I can think of is what that underwear is supposed to be covering.
In the name of entertainment, is this what we have to watch? I know there are a lot of people who watch these videos, but may I suggest that they be showed at a time when our little and innocent ones are asleep or at school?
Does this host have the mentality of a two-year old, who runs around naked and does not realize he is being indecent? No. he is a grown man, and ought to know what is morally right. Now, I know he is not the only one to be blamed here. There are other shows that propagate this kind of music. And what about the producers, videographers and artistes of these videos? Indeed they are the “big ones” up there who influence the musical market. We “little ones” down here in Guyana can at least censor what we broadcast to our nation’s impressionable minds.
Programs like Daybreak are quite nice, and make for a refreshing morning routine. However, they should choose their videos more wisely.
Bibi Shaheeza Majid
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