Madonna Shows Her Butt for Teen Almost Killed by Taliban -- Thanks, Madonna! (VIDEO)

The world was shocked and horrified when the Taliban shot 14-year-old Pakistani girl Malala Yousafzai, who was determined to stand up for her right to attend school. Of course celebrities have spoken out about Malala. And two of the world's biggest, Angelina Jolie and Madonna, recently came out to defend Malala in their own unique ways. Angelina Jolie, as is her custom, gave money to the cause of educating girls. Madonna ... well. She stuck to her custom, too. She did a striptease.


Angelina said she and her six children want to erect a statue to Malala, and she donated $50,000 for a fund that will be used to help girls receive educations in Malala's home country. Madonna, meanwhile, honored the teen heroine during one of her shows by dancing in a black lace bra and pulling her pants all the way down her to reveal her rock-hard ass.

"A 14-year-old girl was shot in the head for writing a blog about the importance of being educated as a female," Madonna said, revealing Malala's name scrawled on her bare back. She did manage to pull up her pants for this bit.

I guess doing a striptease is one way of drawing attention to Malala's tragic story -- but I think Madonna probably would have drawn more attention to it if she'd, say, put ON some clothes and dedicated that to Malala. The audience seemed more interested in screaming at Madonna than hearing about Malala anyway.

Plus, the song she dedicated, "Human Nature," is about a woman refusing to stifle her sexual fantasies. 'Memba the video? Madonna in a dominatrix outfit cracking a whip long before Fifty Shades was even a gleam in E.L. James' eye. Yeah, not exactly the perfect song for a 14-year-old Islamic girl fighting for her life in a UK hospital.

Angelina's money will hopefully be put to good use in Malala's home country, while Madonna's striptease will be, uh, remembered mostly for her gravity-defying ass.

Do you think dedicating a striptease to Malala was appropriate?


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