The Russian Basketball Super League final’s pregame show has caused uproar after numerous fans attending the match with children accused the organizers of staging an “inappropriate” striptease performance.
Nine dancers wearing skimpy outfits and high heels put on a pre-game show which included strip-tease moves and too hot for TV choreography.
Multiple complaints over the show have appeared on social media with many users expressing regret that they took little kids to the game.
Watch the routine below:
The show, which was announced as an “elegant choreographic performance,” caused a stir among fans who described the show as “filth” and accused the organizers of crossing the line.
Check out the promo below:
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- “They should have mentioned 18+ age category for the final match” a user said.
- The show, which was announced as an “elegant choreographic performance,” caused a stir among fans who described the show as “filth” and accused the organizers of crossing the line.
- “Filth is everywhere! TV, sport, films! How can we bring up a decent generation of kids,” one fan fumed.
- “This was a real striptease. It’s unacceptable for public places, including sports arenas. This is a basketball game, not a strip bar,” another added.
- “My friend would have liked it, but definitely not my young daughter. I shouldn’t have taken her to the game,” one more fan wrote.
Like many said, it’s a sports event with children watching, not a strip bar.
Know your audience.
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