NBC, NFL apologize for MIA gesture at Super Bowl
For all the pomp and excess of Madonna's Super Bowl halftime extravaganza a single extended middle finger by guest singer M.I.A. is likely to be the most remembered piece of the show. The gesture, accompanied by a
The Parents Television Council is tackling Sunday's Super Bowl controversy. British singer M.I.A. flipped off viewers during Madonna's halftime show, a gesture that instantly drew comparisons to Janet Jackson's live
off a halftime show on their own: Cee-Lo Green in a shimmery black caftan, an antic Nicky Minaj, and MIA, who apparently briefly flipped off the camera in a gesture so shocking that I had no idea she even did it until NBC issued an apology for it.
NBC has apologized for airing footage of M.I.A. flipping off the cameras while delivering the line I don't give a shit during Madonna's Super Bowl hal.
If you want to talk to M.I.A. directly, leave a comment or video response—on Friday, February 10, she'll post a video in response to her favorite comments, s
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