Seems like Sasha Fierce isn't putting up much of a fight.
Beyoncé has called off a planned concert for culturally sensitive Malaysia after facing some pretty fierce objections from Islamic critics upset over her sexy stage outfits and dance routines.
The R&B songstress was due to perform Oct. 25 at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur, but according to a statement released by Malaysia-based promoter Marctensia, the performance "has been postponed to a future date to be announced shortly."
"The postponement is soley [the] decision of the artist and has nothing to do with other external reasons," the company added.
Best to let it blow over, B.
While Marctensia denied the delay is a response to the uproar sparked by the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party, which has labeled Beyoncé's bootylicious stage show a Western attack upon the country's traditional values, it's likely the move will succeed in dampening the threat of protests.
The "Ring the Alarm" singer's camp was unavailable for comment. The Kuala Lumpur date has since been removed from her site.
Beyoncé must be feeling a bit of déjà vu right about now.
The Grammy-winning diva similarly scrapped a 2007 gig after taking heat from Malaysia's religious vanguard and instead headed to Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim state, which has less rigid standards for performers (for instance, female artists don't have to wear burkas).
At that time, Team Knowles blamed a sudden "scheduling conflict" for the nixed show.
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