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Madge feels blindsided by M.I.A. due to her 'irrelevant' stunt, but reportedly accepts the 'Paper Planes' hitmaker's apology.
Words are, the 'Born Free' singer is 'incredibly sorry' for raising her middle finger to the camera, blaming the stunt on adrenaline.
After breaking up with Benjamin Bronfman, who is also the father of her 3-year-old son, the 'Paper Planes' raptress reportedly spends more time in London while her ex stays in New York.
Words are, the 'Born Free' singer has signed a deal mentioning she agrees to pay any money which might be imposed on NBC should FCC fine the network for her middle finger salute.
The 'Paper Planes' hitmaker is caught on camera raising her middle finger during Madge's 'Give Me All Your Luvin' performance which also features Nicki Minaj.
The Romain Gavras-directed music video is filled with insane car-racing stunts and some females with 'bad girl' attitude.
The newly-released single is expected to appear in the 'Born Free' singer's upcoming studio album.
As M.I.A. delivers lyrics, 'Gonna sing my song tonight,' in the recording booth, Madge encourages her from the control room to 'do more freestyle.'
The 'Paper Planes' hitmaker tweets that she has been 'summoned' to New York City to work with Madge and Minaj.
The Material Girl will perform a catchy song called 'Give Me All Your Love' at the Super Bowl XLVI on February 5, 2012 at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The 'Back to Black' singer prompted the 'Paper Planes' singer and the OutKast star to release '27' and a remix of 'Tears Dry on Their Own' respectively.
In the photo posted on her Twitter page, the hip-hop singer is seen attempting to remove her young son's Playdoh from the sole of her leg brace.
Embattled singer Chris Brown is teaming up with rapper M.I.A. for an unlikely collaboration.
The hip-hop star was forced to pull out of her Friday night, November 19 concert in Liverpool, England because she has to care for her sick son.
'There is nothing wrong with protesting but how is breaking windows and causing harm 2 innocent people a good thing,' one of her fans protested.