Controversial Performance in Turkmenistan for Jennifer Lopez

She apologizes thru her rep.

Jul 1 2013, 6:50am CDT | by

Controversial Performance in Turkmenistan for Jennifer Lopez
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Jennifer Lopez sang "Happy Birthday" to the leader of the former Soviet bloc country Turkmenistan during a show on Saturday night, but her representative said Lopez wouldn't have performed there at all if she had known there were human rights issues in the country.

People reports in a statement released Sunday by her publicist to the Associated Press said the event was hosted by the China National Petroleum Corp. and wasn't a political event. However it is being seen has a slap in the face to many in the country.

 
 
 

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