Madonna Wants More Kids

November 15, 2006

Posted in: Madonna

Madonna in Malawi

Madonna, who just recently adopted a Malawi boy, has decided she wants another child – a Malawi girl. The first orphan just felt so right that she needed another one. Immediately. According to the Daily Mail,

The pop queen has revealed she plans to adopt a second youngster from impoverished Malawi – this time a baby girl, to “redress the balance” in her family.

She is already mother to Lourdes, ten, and Rocco, six.

Asked in an interview if she wanted another child the 48-year-old answered: “Yes, absolutely. I’m going to adopt another Malawian child very quickly. A baby girl this time, in order to redress the balance”.

The first uprising of local children rights groups wasn’t enough. She wants complete unrest in the streets fields dirt of Malawi. Although it is great she will help another life, after her explaining her reasoning, it just seemed selfish. What the hell does “redress the balance” mean? It sounds something a 5 year old girl would say after she fucked up Barbie’s right side of her hair.

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{ 6 comments }

Figs November 15, 2006 at 2:02 pm

LOLon the Barbie comment. So true, and too funny

yardgraffiti November 15, 2006 at 4:40 pm

Ain’t it always Madonna to the rescue. Why doesn’t she first take care of her 3 children now.

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Derek Hail November 15, 2006 at 5:17 pm

Madonna is quite possible starving for attention

donya November 16, 2006 at 1:00 pm

ya know–since she thinks she’s SO GREAT adopting BABIES from other countries—why doesn’t she adopt a child that’s NOT an infant??? why does it always have to be BABIES these celebs adopt??? 8 year olds need homes too!!!

donya November 16, 2006 at 1:01 pm

i guess 8 year old aren’t as “cute n cuddly” as babies…WHATEVER masnobba

coalharbourqt November 17, 2006 at 2:17 am

Perhaps she sees that David that needs to have a sibling that is from the same culture as he is, and that having two boys and two girls in their family just creates a better balance in their family dynamic. In the end a little girl that doesn’t stand a chance in hell of surviving past the age of 12 will get a better life – and that’s way more important than what any of us think about it.

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