AceShowbiz - Jennifer Lopez and Shakira undeniably stunned many people with their amazing performance during the Super Bowl LIV halftime show in Miami on Sunday, February 2. However, the set was apparently too hot to handle for some people including Christian activist Dave Daubenmire.
During his "Pass the Salt" podcast, Daubenmire blasted the 15-minute dance routines which were filled with "crotches and pole dancing" that kept him "from getting into the kingdom of heaven." He revealed that he was planning to sue the NFL, Pepsi and his local cable company.
The Ohio native said that he was forced to turn off the halftime show because he didn't want to "let that spirit in my house" was angered about the crotch shots. Sharing in a Facebook video, he asked for a lawyer to help him file a lawsuit for "pandering pornography" and "contributing to the delinquency of a minor."
"I tuned in to watch a football game. I didn't tune in to watch a porn show," said Daubenmire. He then made very creepy analogy about having "attractive" daughters and how he can't bring them to their school to pole dance and twerk.
"I think we ought to sue. Would that halftime show, would that have been rated PG? Were there any warnings that your 12-year-old son -- whose hormones are just starting to operate -- was there any warning that what he was going to see might cause him to get sexually excited?" he continued.
"Could I go into a courtroom and say, 'Viewing what you put on that screen put me in danger of hellfire?' " he said. "Are we going to protect our children or not?"
"Could the court say, 'That doesn't apply here because the right to [produce] porn overrides your right to [not] watch it?' Yeah, well, you didn't tell me I was gonna watch it! You just brought it into my living room. You didn't tell me there were gonna be crotch shots! That's discriminatory against the value I have in my house. You can't just do that. I wanna sue them for about $867 trillion," he went on sharing.
Kicking off the set was Shakira, who belted out one of her classics. "She Wolf", before launching into portions of "Empire", "Whenever Wherever" and "Hips Don't Lie" among other bangers. J. Lo followed suit, performing "Jenny from the Block", "Get Right" and "On the Floor". The two Latin superstars ended their nearly 15-minute performance by performing together, with Shakira delivering a portion of her another hit "Waka Waka".