It seems like NFL’s halftime show doesn't go down well with a Christian activist as he decided to take legal action against the National Football League. He has taken this decision after watching the performance of Shakira and Jennifer Lopez.
The activist claimed that the show could have ‘sexually excited’ viewers. However, the show has been termed as the best half-time performance ever. On the other hand, the man shared an angry post on his social media and lashed out at the Super Bowl on his website.
Dave Daubenmire, a Christian activist, also slammed Pepsi and his local cable company.
Christian activist told his viewers, “ I think we ought to sue.”
Daubenmire moaned: "I tuned in to watch a football game. I didn't tune in to watch a porn show."
He also added, "Would that halftime show, would that have been rated PG (parental guidance)?” Dave asked, “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?”
"Could I go into a courtroom and say, “Viewing what you put on that screen put me in danger of hellfire?”
Could the court say, 'That doesn't apply here because the right to [produce] porn overrides your right to [not] watch it'?
He also wants to sue the NFL for about $867 trillion." Dave also posted that "I viewed some stuff today, I saw a lot of crotch shots from last night's Super Bowl, I'm serious as a judge here, I'm looking for a lawyer to file a class-action lawsuit against Pepsi, the NFL, my local cable company for pandering pornography, contributing to the delinquency of a minor."
However, the Super Bowl half-time show has garnered millions of views because of Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. Interestingly, the two singers didn’t charge any hefty fee for their sizzling performance.
Also, Shakira and J Lo were said before their performance that they want to pay tribute to their heritage.
J Lo said: "Two Latinas doing this in this country at this time is just very empowering to us."