Madonna Caught Texting During The Premiere Of ’12 Years A Slave’

There is always a controversy follow Madonna wherever she goes. Controversy simply follows wherever she goes. She expressed herself earlier this week at the New York Film Festival premiere of “12 years a slave”. She is fresh off her shot film, “secret project revolution”. She was spotted at Steve McQueen’s slavery drama.
The news began from a post on Facebook by noted film critic, Charles Taylor.

It read: “Tonight at the New York Film Festival premiere of ’12 Years A Slave’ , I sat behind Jason Ritter, J. Alexander from ‘America’s Next Top Model,’ and Michael K. Williams from ‘The Wire.’ Apart from them, a mysterious blonde in black gloves simply wouldn’t stop texting on her Blackberry throughout the first half of the movie. Finally, a woman next to me tapped her on the shoulder and told her to put her phone away, and the blonde shouted back, ‘It’s for business… ENSLAVER!’ I turned to the shoulder tapper and loudly said, ‘THANKS!’ and gave her a thumbs up. The rest of the movie, I kept thinking about how I wanted to tell the blonde what a disgrace she was. During the standing ovation, the blonde ducked out and Jason Ritter turned around to make commiserating eye contact, as J. Alexander asked, ‘Who WAS that?!’ Jason then looked down at the floor. His eyes got wide, and he picked up an envelope and showed it to us and J. And it said: ‘2 screening tix MADONNA.’ And sure enough, we looked to the side of the theater and standing against the wall in black lace gloves was Madonna.”

The issue of using the phone during movies has been a much discussed one among movie goers for quite some time now. Tim League, the founder of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema kicked out a person texting during the film and they produced many advertisements with celebrities urging people to refrain from using their phones when the film starts.

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