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Selena Gomez's Come And Get It Music Video OK'd By Hindu Groups!

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Guess the bindi's short-lived partnership with Selena Gomez has already been severed!

The singer noticeably left her new bindi OUT of her Come And Get It music video and Hindu groups are NOT missing it.

After finding herself in some BOILING water for repeatedly sporting the religious symbol as a fashionable accessory, she is now getting praise for not including the traditional forehead decoration in her seXXXy new video.

Universal Society of Hinduism president Rajan Zed — who previously called Selena culturally "insensitive" — thanked Selena for hearing his request that she stop wearing bindis.

Rajan also leaves the invitation open to educate the young starlet on the oldest and third largest religion in the world.

Gurlfriend is beautiful and smart!

Nice work Selena! This is what being a role model is ALL about.

[Image via Hollywood Records.]

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20 comments to “Selena Gomez's Come And Get It Music Video OK'd By Hindu Groups!”



  1. 1

    How is she even still relevant? Gosh i'm tired of hearing about her. Every other story is Selena Gomez…



  2. 2

    I find it ironic that Selena Gomez has to stop wearing a bindi because it offends Hindus. How many people wear crosses that are atheists or who are not christians? Double-standard.

  3. Amy says – reply to this


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    Um, she's not being senstive to the Hindu religion… The opening lyrics of the song are in punjabi (Indian language) yet her female dancers are WHITE. The guy in the video ain't Indian either. This video is all about hotting herself up, she used punjabi just to be 'hipster' (didn't work out btw) and did nothing to show appreciation for India itself. Dumb.



  4. 4

    also this video was likely filmed prior to the performances when she wore the bindi in the first place. people need to chill out, many people wear crosses and people don't freak out about it.

  5. pp says – reply to this


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    she filmed this video before her bad performances . so perez she isnt a role model for not using it

  6. emma says – reply to this


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    could u stop with this girl? ive seen more talent in those un-disney girls pinky finger than in selenas entire body.



  7. 7

    I think Selena is perezs new Cat Graham, seeing lots of useless posts about her lately.

  8. Victoria says – reply to this


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    THE WORSE SONG EVER!! btw Selena you are the WORSE SINGER EVER!! keep been famous cause u are justin GF thats it!!!

  9. KYIO93 says – reply to this


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    Amy is right. She uses Punjabi, who are Sikhs and completely different from Hindus. She yes, uses white dancers and puts the traditional head dress (turban) on the guys plays the dubhlas (traditional drums used to give that Punjabi beat). Her performance at the MTV Movie Awards was so disrespectful and embarrassing. She tried to incorporate a very unique and difficult type of music into hers and she failed.

  10. @v@ says – reply to this


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    I really liked her use of Punjabi sound. It so worked.

  11. Romi says – reply to this


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    I am Hindu and that shit is not a religious symbol. The Hindu community needs to shove it and stop trying to be in the lime light.

  12. BreAunna says – reply to this


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    Re: Romi – Can You please, please tell me what the opening lyrics of the song are? I have been trying to find them online somewhere, however, I have had no luck.

  13. A Hindu girl says – reply to this


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    Romi is right.. A bindi was probably "just" a religious thing centuries back.. Today, even in India, urban girls use it more like a fashion accessory than a religious sentiment. Mr. Rajan is just trying to get his 5 minutes of fame.. And its actually people like him who insult India more, making others believe that all Indians might be such jerks.

  14. A Hindu girl says – reply to this


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    Re: BreAunna – : I couldnt hear the lyrics properly, as they are not very clear ( tried hearing it 2-3 times), but sounds like the words are mehboob akela, which means something like lonely lover

  15. anon says – reply to this


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    Re: KYIO93Re: Amy – having white dancers isn't a big deal you dumbass. I'm Indian and I don't find this offending. You are finding non existent reasons to bash her for.

  16. DK Hindu girl says – reply to this


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    Anyone who knows where the location is from the music video? (first part, with the lavender field) :o

  17. Enzo123 says – reply to this


    17

    The Bindi is just for show now, not tradition or religion. I'm Bangladeshi so I don't count as Indian, but the amount of women I see showing up at weddings wearing bindis! If it really matters so much, Rajan Zed should go ahead and "teach" the wedding goers as well as everyone else who wants to put a sticker on their forehead about Hindi traditions instead of just targeting musicians. Also I think somewhere in there it say become my beloved. the result I got from Google translate is love your valentine, so ….I'm not really sure what to do with that. Anyone else's guess is as good as mine.

  18. Hindé says – reply to this


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    The indian part of the song is in Punjabi! And the indian men in that video are Sikhs! (Hence why the foreign part is in punjabi!)
    They are wearing turbans, and are playing the tabla.

  19. Hinde says – reply to this


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    Re: Amy – the indian men in that video are Sikhs! (Hence why the foreign part is in punjabi!
    They are wearing turbans, and are playing the tabla.

  20. Bharat Pratap Singh says – reply to this


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    So Let me just clear everything for everyone :)
    the Starting Lines are in "Hindi" or You can say bit in "Punjabi" and FYI there is no work called "Indian language" . Hindi is the thing Indians speak , thats the National Language.

    Ok Enough with the Info and all.

    it means Rub Mehboob akela…

    means simply " God, Your Lover is alone "

    *May be Bieber break up thingy ? ;)