OAN Anitama Baumic
Updated 4:46 PM PT – Tuesday, January 17, 2023
The Ethiopian World Federation (EWF), a charity, has accused Madonna of trafficking and sexually abusing Malawian children.
Pop star Madonna adopted four children from Malawi, a landlocked country in southeastern Africa. So, in 2006, she founded her nonprofit Raising Malawi, which aims to help orphans and vulnerable children through health and education initiatives.
EWF has told Malawian President Lazarus Chakwala to investigate Madonna’s philanthropic activities and “until there is a thorough investigation into child trafficking, sexual exploitation, sexual slavery and reversal of adoption, as a precautionary measure. We have requested that access to Madonna and her fellow African and African children be restricted: threats of coercion, fraud, deception, abuse of power or vulnerability.”
The petition also referenced Madonna’s 1992 book, “Sex,” which contained adult content, softcore pornography, and sadomasochism. Pornography and LGBTQ conduct are illegal in Malawi.
“The gay porn star was filmed in pornographic photos of Madonna engaging in vulgar same-sex sexual acts that should have been revealed during her adoption in Lilongwe, Malawi in 2006. Shortly after signing that deal, Madonna signed a deal with Time Warner in partnership with She set up a company called Maverick, who now has full artistic control over all the work released by Maverick, the publisher of the book. Contracts signed with Time Warner for sexually explicit content are void,” EWF’s petition states.
The singer is said to be using David Banda, an adopted son from Malawi, “for sexual exploitation and social experimentation,” according to the group. EWF also accused Madonna of making a false statement that David’s father was absent on the adoption application.
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