Despacito : This song is ban in Malaysia? Ini yang aku tak faham langsung…this song is not sung in Malay, not sung in is sung in a language I don’t understand at all….had to google it and I am told that the song was sung in Spainish by a Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi
Said Keruak how many Malaysian understand Spainish? 
Just so you can work it out for yourselves here are the lyrics in English in the cover  by Justin Bierber.

Come on over in my direction
So thankful for that, it’s such a blessin’, yeah

Turn every situation into Heaven, yeah
Oh, you are
My sunrise on the darkest day
Got me feelin’ some kind of way
Make me wanna savor every moment slowly, slowly
You fit me, tailor-made love, how you put it on
Got the only key, know how to turn it on
The way you nibble on my ear, the only words I wanna hear
Baby take it slow so we can last long

I find nothing offensive in the lyrics except for the last line “Baby take it slow so we can last long” Maybe Najib might find it offensive because he thinks that the song is making fun of him telling Rosmah to take it slow…or slow down….with her shopping because the way things are in Malaysia today, they might just be left with the clothes on their backs once PRU14 is over and the “other side” takes over government! Stupid is as stupid does.

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Malaysia has banned Luis Fonsi’s song “Despacito” on state radio and television, though it might be hard to slow the song’s record-breaking popularity.
The ban applies only to government-run radio and TV outlets, not to private stations or YouTube or the music streaming services fuelling the song’s success.
Communications Minister Salleh Said Keruak said the song had been reviewed and banned because of a public complaint that the lyrics are obscene.
He urged private radio stations to censor the song themselves out of sensitivity to local culture.
Mr Salleh did not give further details on the complaint and was not available for comment.
Islamic party Amanah earlier denounced the song and called for it to be kept off Malaysia’s airwaves as many young children were singing it without understanding the words.
“We respect the right to be entertained but there should be clearer guidelines so that the entertainment does not spoil people but makes them better,” party official Atriza Umar told The Star newspaper.
The Spanish-language song, whose title means “slowly”, was released by Puerto Rican artists Fonsi and Daddy Yankee in January.
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