A parish that permitted pop singer Sabrina Carpenter to film a contentious music video in a century-old Brooklyn church has come under fire from a New York bishop. Carpenter’s music video, ‘Feather,’ shot at the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, drew criticism from Brooklyn Bishop Father Robert Brennan last week.
In the video, Carpenter, 24, wears exclusively racy outfits as she watches several men who wronged her die.
The local bishop expressed his disgust with the local church for failing to stop the video’s filming after seeing the appalling material. The diocesan regulation, which calls for a review of the scenes and script before filming on church grounds, was not followed by the parish, according to his statement.
Carpenter, who opened for Taylor Swift during the Latin American leg of her record-shattering Eras tour, released the video for Feather last week. It has since garnered nearly 5million views.
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