Miley Cyrus Banned From Performing In Dominican Republic For Violating Country's 'Morals'
The 21 year-old singer will not be twerking in the Dominican Republic anytime soon.
Miley Cyrus's 'Bangerz' tour has been known to create some very promiscuous and controversial moments, and now these actions have cost the 21 year-old singer the chance to perform in the Dominican Republic for the firs time ever.
Cyrus performing on her 'Bangerz' tour
Cyrus's raunchy antics onstage have caused a government group, which deals with public performances, to ban her upcoming concert in the capital of Santo Domingo on September 13th because her act violates their "morals and customs."
The Dominican Republic's national entertainment and radio commission (CNEPR) announced the news in a statement on Thursday (Aug 21st), and confirmed that this decision was based on the former Disney star's "acts that go against morals and customs, which are punishable by Dominican law," local newspaper Hoy reported.
The ban may have been put against the 'Wrecking Ball' singer for some of her rather questionable actions while on her 'Bangerz' tour, which includes the time she straddled on top of an actor portraying former President Bill Clinton while holding her mic in a provocative manner next to the impersonator's crotch, pretending to perform oral sex. As well as the moment when Cyrus rode a gigantic inflatable penis in a performance at London's G.A.Y club back in May.
It is worth noting the 'We Can't Stop' singer regularly wears a leotard printed with marijuana leaves and a golden cannabis leaf around her neck during her shows.
So far there has been no comments from the young star nor her management team.