Madonna accused of child trafficking in Malawi: Singer’s ‘S*x’ book cited as evidence?

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 02: Singer Madonna looks on on during a press conference for the Bridgestone Super Bowl XLVI halftime show at the Super Bowl XLVI Media Center in the J.W. Marriott Indianapolis on February 2, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

The Ethiopian World Federation accused Madonna of child trafficking in Malawi, as well as using the children in social experiments.

According to reports, the EWF’s main goal is to “advocate to change the laws that harm all Black People,” and they claim to have discovered an anomaly in Madonna’s adoption of David Bana, Mercy James, Esther and Stella.

Raising Malawi was founded in 2006 by Madonna. According to its website, the organization’s mission is to provide health and education programs to orphans and vulnerable children in the country.

EWF urged Malawi’s president, Lazarus Chakwara, to investigate the charity and “restrict her and her associates’ access to Africa and African children as a precautionary measure until a thorough investigation into child trafficking, sex exploitation, sexual slavery, adoption reversal, [the] threat of coercion, fraud, deception, and abuse of power or vulnerability is completed.”

Malawi is in southeast Africa, close to Zambia, the United Republic of Tanzania, and Mozambique.

EWF cited Madonna’s highly-controversial coffee table book, “S*x,” which includes many scandalous photographs taken by photographers Steven Meisel and Fabien Baron, according to multiple reports.

The book is essentially softcore pornography with sexual act simulations. It depicts Madonna engaging in these sexual acts with the opposite and same sex. It was released in 1992.

Malawi has strict laws prohibiting homosexual acts, which EWF specifically mentioned in their petition. According to Malawi Penal Code Section 137A:

“Indecent practices between females. Any female person who, whether in public or private, commits any act of gross indecency with another female person, or procures another female person to commit any act of gross indecency with her, or attempts to procure the commission of any such act by any female person with herself or with another female person, whether in public or private, shall be guilty of an offense and shall be liable to imprisonment for five years.”

In their petition to President Chakwara, they also claim that the singer of “Like a Prayer” was motivated by the “psychology behind her ability to release child pornography, religious imagery, bestiality, and vulgar pornography.”

Netizens took to Twitter to express their thoughts on the shocking allegations leveled against the singer.

A fan wrote:

“Thought this was a conspiracy theory.”

Another added:

“She’s definitely not the only person in the entertainment industry who’s abusing children. Investigate them all.”

As of this writing, no official charges have been filed against Madonna, and she has yet to respond to the allegations.