And rightfully so.
If we want to have foreign artistes in our shores, we have no bloody right to set up a dress code for them.
And so I went through the trouble of finding the sexiest shot I could find of her. Great body, methinks. :)
BBC states that the official guidelines about performances in Malaysia require female artists to cover up from the top of the chest to the knees. Performers are also forbidden from jumping, shouting or embracing members of the audience.
Now that sounds a little sensationalised, but BBC could probably get away with it because we do and say stupid things anyway. So what's a bit of embellished news to us?
But I still cannot fathom why Gwen Stefani adhered to those dress codes. She didn't have to.
Activists had earlier called for her gig to be cancelled, owing to "fears" that her raunchy costumes could "corrupt" the country's youth.
For the information of those activists in question, the country's youth is ALREADY corrupted. Please refer to all those home videos of girls flinging off their tudungs in parks to do the horizontal tango with their boyfriends. It should be evidence enough.
And I doubt those moves were taught by raunchy western foreign artistes with "low moral values".
Do you have any idea what the top internet keyword search in Kelantan and Terengganu is? Gambar bogel.
So don't preach to me about tainting the minds of impressionable youth.