Noise Boys were removed from the NCL Prima after a video of them performing a song with explicit lyrics went viral. The video showed the group performing a song called “F*** You” to a crowd of passengers. The song contains explicit lyrics and references to sexual acts.
The video caused outrage among passengers and crew members. Many people felt that the group’s performance was inappropriate for a family-friendly cruise ship. NCL Prima’s management issued a statement apologizing for the incident and saying that the group would no longer be allowed to perform on the ship.
Noise Boys have since apologized for their performance and said that they were “deeply sorry” for the offense they caused. They said that they were not aware of the explicit lyrics in the song and that they would never intentionally perform it in front of a family audience.
The incident has raised questions about the role of music in public spaces. Some people believe that certain types of music are not appropriate for all audiences and that performers should be more careful about the songs they choose to perform. Others believe that music is a form of self-expression and that performers should be allowed to perform whatever songs they want.
The incident has also raised questions about the role of cruise ships in providing entertainment for passengers. Some people believe that cruise ships should provide a safe and family-friendly environment for passengers and that performers should be held to a higher standard. Others believe that cruise ships are a place for people to relax and have fun and that performers should be allowed to express themselves freely.