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Ariana Grande And Ed Sheeran Songs Banned In Indonesia | Music News

  Indonesia has banned a list of popular western songs in their country due to the nature of them being ‘pornographic’ and ‘obscene’. What they mean by this, is the lyrics are too explicit. Songs like Ariana Grande’s “Love Me Harder” and Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You” have fallen victim to this category, among a list of others.   “Love Me Harder”[…]

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Chanel Bans Snakeskin, Crocodile And Lizard Skin For Future Designs | Fashion News

  Typically, high end luxury brands tend to use leathers and furs in their designs to create quality products for their customers. In an interesting turn of events, though, Chanel has taken an ethical approach with their upcoming designs.     News comes as veganism is on the rise worldwide, and according to a study in 2017, 2-12% of the[…]

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Jack Wills Ad Banned For Being ‘Sexualised’ And ‘Inappropriate’ | Fashion News

  In the past, advertising campaigns have been banned for featuring models that are too thin, for being too sexually provocative or for depicting scenes of violence. This time Jack Wills, a British heritage-inspired brand aimed at students, has had their ads banned.   The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) decided that the brand’s mailout catalogue was “sufficiently sexualised to be[…]

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‘X Factor’ Hosts Given Phone Ban | TV News

  X Factor hosts Caroline Flack and Olly Murs have been banned from going on their phones whilst hosting the ITV talent show. Simon Cowell doesn’t want them to go onto social media and get upset over abusive comments made by viewers.   Whilst judges are encouraged to tweet about their acts, Flack and Murs will have to concentrate solely[…]

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Azealia Banks Claims Tyler, The Creator’s UK Ban Is Racist | Music News

  Recently, the UK banned Tyler, The creator from entering the nation for a 3-5 year period, due to lyrics from the past that had the potential to incite violence, despite the rapper having been in the country only a couple of months ago.   On 27 August, a few days after the ruling, Azealia Banks had her say on[…]

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