But the 20-something singer, whose star turn showed her stripped down to her skivvies and provocatively eating fruit, lives in Egypt, and the conservative powers-that-be there have sentenced her to prison, the BBC reports.
The Cairo court also ordered Shaimaa Ahmed, better known by her stage name Shima, to pay a fine of 10,000 pounds (about $560).
Shyma was arrested on November 18 after complaints about the video for her song "I Have Issues", cops said. Both are able to appeal the ruling.
In the video, she appears in a mock classroom licking an apple and appearing to mimic fellatio on a banana in front of a chalkboard scrawled with "Class #69".
Shyma previously apologised for the video but didn't expect the outcry.
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It was meant to be taken in an "inappropriate" way, but to suggest she did something bad by making a suggestive video tells you everything you need to know about a legal system inspired by religion, where blasphemy is still a crime, atheists often remain in hiding, women can be jailed for debauchery, and leaving Islam is considering a crime deserving of a death sentence.
The case opens up further questions over the level of freedom and human rights under Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, who came to office in 2014 through a military coup based on fears that former Islamist President Mohamed Morsi was increasing levels of repression.
Egypt has also witnessed a crackdown against LGBT people after fans were seen waving rainbow flags at a concert by the Lebanese rock band Mashrou' Leila just outside Cairo back in October.