Malaysia Missing Out On 'Naughty Girl' Beyonce's Turned Good Girl
Beyonce Knowles has a scheduled performance in the Muslim-majority country, Malaysia, on Oct. 25 and has decided to not be the "naughty girl."
The R&B superstar has attracted criticism in recent days from the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party, the country's largest opposition group, which wants authorities to scrap the Oct. 25 show because it would promote "Western sexy performances."
Instead of having a "non- Muslim aged 18 years and above party", like the Black Eyed Peas concert, Beyonce had decided to follow the Muslim religion and not dress provocatively. Knowles will be a "role model" and "embodiment of success," well known for her involvement in philanthropy work, that's including her campaigns against poverty and domestic violence.
"We are confident that (the concert) will once and for all silence international critics and put Malaysia back on track ... in presenting A-list international pop concerts in this region," Marctensia said in a statement.
Revealing little skin at concerts in Malaysia have been a problem in recent performances like Avril Lavign and Gwen Stefani, it's a good thing that most artist follow the regulations for each counry and religion.