J-Lo’s been tangled up in a lawsuit after her concert in Egypt
Jennifer Lopez has been out there living her best life while being on her ‘It’s My Party’ tour, which came to an end on August 11th. Last Friday, August 9th, J-Lo performed in the town of El Alamein in Egypt, which marked her first concert in the country and she did NOT let her fans down at all.
However, the outfits she chose to wear at her concert caught one lawyer’s attention and he was not impressed. Samir Sabry, an Egyptian lawyer who is known for filing lawsuits against big names, has filed a complaint against the Lopez due to the outfits she wore at the concert.
The artist was adorned by local designers, namely Nicolas Jebran, Zuhair Murad and Egypt's own Nagwa Zahran, but Samir Sabry deemed the outfits to be too transparent and almost naked.
The lawyer has requested that Lopez be banned from entering the country again, stating that her concert was held at a very inappropriate time – taking place during Dhu al-Hijjah and a couple of days after a terrorist attack took place in Cairo.
In a statement issued by Cairo 24, Sabry said, “It is not reasonable that there are people standing on Mount Arafat at the same time that people are attending a concert by an artist raising controversy with her clothes.”