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Madonna says she feels 'raped' by New York Times profile

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Pop icon Madonna was unimpressed by a profile of her in the New York Times, calling the newspaper "one of the founding fathers of the patriarchy."

Added on the 07/06/2019 09:22:16 - Copyright : AFP EN

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