An educational group in Morocco aims to sue American singer and actress Jennifer Lopez – known as J. Lo – for "tarnishing women's honor" during her May 29 concert performance in Rabat.


J. Lo has performed in Morocco previously but this was the first time her live performance was also broadcast on public television. The concert was part of the Mawazine World Rhythms International Music Festival and was aired by the 2M network.

The hip hop star is known for her booty shaking and revealing outfits in live performances, J. Lo didn't hold back during the performance. Unfortunately, the television factor brought her performance into the broader public's eye and the educational group said that J. Lo "disturbed public order and tarnished women's honor and respect."


For his part, the communications minister seems concerned about his position, as many Moroccans are now calling for his resignation.

According to The Independent, he tweeted his personal plan to meet with the network's ethics committee stating that the broadcast was "unacceptable and goes against broadcasting law."

In the extremely unlikely chance that J. Lo actually faces prosecution, she could end up in prison for up to two years for her terrible crimes against women. We thought about checking with the U.S. government to see if they would be extraditing her to Morocco to face the charges. We'll get back to with the response.

For some reason, we think she won't be extradited anytime soon.