When in Rome do as the Romans do

In culture on June 2, 2013 at 18:52

Recently there was a concern in Copenhagen with Beyonce. It didn’t attend because I live in Jutland and traveling is too expensive in Denmark. Beside that I am not that fond of her music.

During the concert a guy slapped her in her behind. The security from the building took him of the area close to the singer, but her personal security wanted the fan out of the building. That is what I find offending. The man had purchased a ticket. He had a right to see the concert. Maybe he should not be allowed near her but he should have been allowed to watch the rest of the show from a distance.

See, slapping a woman in such a way is a vital part of our culture. It is an acknowledgment of good work exercising. She made the choice to visit Denmark. She should have known what she got in to. There are plenty of other countries she could have arranged her concert in. Countries where slapping peoples behind are not an old tradition and an integrated part of our culture.

I hope that this message somehow gets to Beyonce. She has offended our people and nothing will be right before she has made a public apology for the actions of her personal security personnel.

As an old saying is: When in Rome do as the Romans do


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