• December 3, 2021

High School Dance Team Wear ‘Slutty’ Outfits, Perform Stripper Routine For Shocked Football Fans And Children

What in the world is happening to our American public school system?!

In Florida, a Miami high school dance team is raising eyebrows over the young girl’s new dance outfits. Some of the parents and fans are calling the girls dance moves and outfits too provocative for teenagers to be watching, and that the uniforms looked a lot like lingerie instead of a dancers outfit.

Here are the photos…you decide.

Horrifyingly enough, many of the parents had absolutely no problem with the outfits:

“It doesn’t bother me,” one parent said. “I don’t see anything wrong with it. They’re dancers. I could see if cheerleaders were in it, then that would be different, but they’re dancers.”

A reporter at the scene posted a viral video capturing the girls in their outfits:

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And people wonder why ethics and morals are lost in schools.

The dance teams inappropriate costume/uniform has been getting a lot of mixed reactions.

“Who in their right mind would think this is ok? Makes you wonder who the heck is in charge of the team…a former stripper?”

After the incident made headlines, the principal at the Florida high school stepped in to make an apology.

According to 100percentfedup:

The principal at Miami Northwestern released a statement that read in part, “Miami Northwestern Senior High School has always been a source of pride for students, parents, alumni and the community. We will continue that tradition.

While all the parents of the dancers who participated in the event approved of the attire, we understand the concerns that have been raised and sincerely apologize for any offense this may have caused.

Looking ahead, we will implement a more comprehensive and stringent uniform approval process to ensure an appropriate representation of our school.”

Patriots Beacon