PTC Slams 'Overtly Sexualized' Rihanna-Britney Billboard Performance
President Tim Winter says the racy performance of "S&M" had "no place" on ABC's publicly-owned airwaves.
The Parents Television Council has two new targets: Britney Spears and Rihanna.
The group issued a statement Tuesday attacking the singers' racy remix of Rihanna's "S&M" at the Billboard Music Awards Sunday in Las Vegas.
“What happened in Vegas should have stayed in Vegas, as the saying goes,” PTC president Tim Winter said in a statement. “It certainly has no place at 8:00 p.m. on the publicly-owned broadcast airwaves.”
Winter wants members file complaints to Disney, parent company of ABC, because he said he "cannot imagine what would possibly lead the ABC television network to air a profanity-laced, S&M sex show on primetime broadcast television.
“The overtly sexualized performance by Rihanna and Britney Spears was no accident or mishap, but a deliberate effort to target teens with images and lyrics that glamorize whips, chains and other sexual fetishes,” the statement concluded.
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