A Colombian politician has slammed pop star Shakira for "promoting lesbianism" and instilling moral decay in her latest sexy music video with Rihanna.
Marco Fidel Ramirez has called upon Colombia's National Television Authority to ban "Can't Remember To Forget You" clip in Shakira's native country.
The Public Option party councilor, from the capital Bogota, said the video "damages the moral character of the youth of Bogota, Colombia and Latin America."
The self-styled "defender of morals and principles" labeled the (HOT!) Shakira-Rihanna video as reference point for a society in moral decay in this world.
Click through this gallery to see what Marco means!
Ramirez said the pair should be ashamed with the video, but also the song in general, which he claims also promotes tobacco use, stealing and killing.
"Our Shakira with her erotic video is promoting tobacco usage and has become the worst example for our youth," he wrote on his Twitter feed.
"Shakira's new video is a shameless case for lesbianism and immorality. It is a danger to children," he Tweeted, using the hashtag #PeligroVideoShakira.
That translates to "Dangers of Shakira's Video."
Ramirez, who said the video was "simply gross" and nothing more than an "apology" for lesbians, added: "It sends a provocative message to weak people."
Fearing that the culture wlll be "polluted and induced to practice (lesbianism)," he wants it banned in the city, country ... pretty much all over the world.
Good luck with that. Shakira, 37, and Rihanna, 25, have already racked up more than 62 million YouTube views with their racy, catchy collaboration.
It begins with Shakira singing about mistakes with love, before she and Rihanna gyrate against a wall, cavort on a bed and sensuously smoke cigars.
Watch it below and begin to decay morally!!!!