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Madonna embarrassed by M.I.A. Super Bowl scandal because it hurt charity

During the 2012 Super Bowl, Madonna put on the halftime show with Nicki Minaj, LMFAO, and Cee Lo Green. According to The Sun, Madonna was shocked at the lack of professionalism of the pop star M.I.A. (who flipped the bird and swore on live TV). Madonna is a proud co-founder Raising Malawi and a proud supporter of UNICEF and the Make-a-Wish Foundation. But if M.I.A, a charitable celeb in her own right who supports social justice and sustainability through the 4REAL Foundation and pediatric cancer treatment through the Pablove Foundation, can embarrass a superstar like Madonna, she may need to change her tune. Keep reading…

Celebrity death hoax website targets charitable celebs and humanitarians

A new celebrity death hoax hit the internet claiming actor and comedian Eddie Murphy is dead. How funny (not). The Beverly Hills Cop movie series star says he’s very much alive (even if he’s not hosting the Oscars). According to TMZ, “The frenzy was triggered by The site has been spinning bogus stories about other celebs they claim are dead but are not — including Jon Bon Jovi, Charlie Sheen, Adam Sandler, Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Bacon, Luke Perry, Jack Black, Will Smith, Jaden Smith, Tom Green, Tiger Woods, and George Clooney. What have they been doing lately with their spare time? Helping charities. Keep reading..

Justin Bieber fans Birthday song to Biebs a priceless gift for charity?

Justin Bieber is well known for his generous financial gifts to charities large and small. He’s helped out charity benefit causes like supporting troubled teens and the need to help feed impoverished families by making donations to food banks. Now a fan group has taken steps to give back in their own way, honoring Justin Bieber by singing him a birthday tune as a gift in the process. Justin Crew, operated by a young fan named Vivian, intends to work with two other non-profit organizations to produce a song and video charity single. Vivian broached the idea on Twitter and got a lot of encouragement, so the young humanitarian. Keep reading…