Rihanna's Super Bowl Halftime Show Draws 103 Fcc Complaints


Rihanna’s Super Bowl Halftime Show has been on the headlines for a long time following the event and the performance is once again on the limelight.

The Federal Communications Commission received around 103 complaints about the broadcast of the event and most of them were linked to Rihanna’s performance.

The complaints were linked to Rihanna’s dance that was described as being overtly sexual and some others compared it to pornography.

People said that her movements were offensive and not eligible to be seen by kids. An individual from Utah said that he had to turn off the TV due to the inappropriate content being shown from the live event.

Rihanna’s performance was loved by a lot of people. The show was also the second most-watched halftime show following Katy Perry in 2015.

Rihanna’s performance was also praised by well-known personalities from the world of sports like LeBron James, Alex Morgan, J.J. Watts and others.

This also marked Rihanna’s first live performance following the 2018 Grammys and the first following the birth of her son back in May.

While speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, she said that she was pregnant with her second child while she was performing at the halftime show.

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