Madonna Visits Trafficked Children’s Shelter
Posted On Feb 24, 2016
The same day that Singapore’s Roman Catholic archbishop tells Madonna fans not to attend her concert because she ‘insults’ religion, the Queen of Pop visits an at-risk children’s shelter in Manila. Madonna, one of the bestselling artists of all time, is currently in the country for a two-night show as part of her ongoing “Rebel Heart” world tour.
Madonna and her dancers stopped by Bahay Tuluyan, a nongovernmental children’s rights organization that protect the rights of abused and exploited children in the Philippines.
Catherine Scerri, deputy director of Bahay Tuluyan, said the American singer-songwriter dropped by their headquarters at 2 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon and stayed for close to an hour.
“She watched a little dance number prepared by the children, and then ended up dancing with them, too,” Scerri told the Inquirer in a phone interview. “The children were very happy and enjoyed their time with Madonna,” Scerri said.
On one Instagram post Madonna says while visiting the baby ward: ‘Everyone needs a tickle!! Even at the Hospicio de San Jose in Manilla! ?. We are so blessed’?? ??#rebelheartour
Here she is ‘chillin’ with her homes… You are melting our rebel hearts Madonna!
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Is kindness a religion Archbishop?
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