Russia Sent Three Girls To Jail For Twerking In Front Of A WWII Memorial
BBC- A Russian court has jailed three women for performing a twerking dance in front of a World War Two memorial. The court in Novorossiysk gave two of the dancers 10 days in jail each, a third 15 days and two others received fines on charges of petty hooliganism. Prosecutors had said their “erotic and sexual twerk dance” was disrespectful to historic memory and unacceptable. Earlier this month, Russian officials closed a dance school after a similar dance video emerged on the internet. The latest incident involves six dancers – one of them a minor who was not convicted – who had posted a video on YouTube. “This incident of disrespect for the memory of war history is unacceptable and any attempts to desecrate sites of military glory will be stopped immediately,” prosecutors said.
I’m just gonna come out and say it. Those chicks suck at dancing. That’s their crime here. Well, on top of them twerking in front of a war memorial and how that’s grossly disrespectful. But mostly the dancing part. Like what are they doing? Can that even be considered dancing? Maybe get some matching clothes to start off with. They all look like they rolled outta bed 7 minutes before pressing “record” on the camera. The first rule in dancing is always look awesome. Think of any and all great dancers. They are also exquisite dressers. And to call what they were doing twerking is a spit in the face to all twerkers across the globe. Maybe MAYBE the girl in the front can pass for a good dancer. That’s even a stretch. She’s got a great stomach. But her friends need lessons. If they’re better at dancing and better looking then they don’t get thrown in jail. They get pardoned by Putin and invited to hang at his mansion for the weekend. Like it or not that’s how life works.
PS- Remember when Sean Paul music was hot in the streets despite nobody having any idea what he was saying? That’s how I felt about the music in that video. Kinda awesome but I couldn’t pick out 4 words that I understood.