Pop singer Jennifer Lopez received a lawsuit from a local educational group who were offended by her televised concert held in Morocco’s capital Rabat, TMZ reports. The group is reportedly against the 45 year old’s recent performance because it “disturbed public order and tarnished women’s honor and respect.” Lopez’s concert at the Mawazine World Rhythms International Music Festival reportedly included some type of inappropriate dancing with vulgar movement.
According to the BBC, some in the conservative North African country are asking that Mustapha Khalifi, Morocco’s minister of communications, resign for allowing the performance to air on Moroccan TV. The website added that Khalifi has rejected the idea of resigning, but wanted to meet with the ethics committee of the network that broadcast J. Lo’s show. “What was broadcasted is unacceptable and goes against broadcasting law,” he also tweeted. TMZ reports that Lopez could face anywhere from 1 month to 2 years in prison if convicted, however it’s highly unlikely she will face any charges.