Well, well, well, looks who's backtracking now.
Controversial statement maker M.I.A. wants to make it clear that her remarks about Justin Bieber's video being "more offensive" than her violent video for Born Free were taken out of context.
AKA, Bieber fans probably went after her and now she's shaking in her crazy boots.
In a radio interview, M.I.A. talked about her comments, saying:
"I said I found his video offensive because people said my video was offensive, but I said it as a joke and it kind of got out of hand. I kind of feel bad, because I have some family members who love Justin Bieber, and now they won't talk to me. I need my little cousins to talk to me."
LOL! That'll teach ya!
And when asked about her whether or not she says stupid things just to get press, the singer denies it, adding:
"I left controversy at home. I don't want to be the accepted controversial person, which is why I left the controversial thing at home because it's not about that. I think people think I just say it to get press and that p*sses me off, so then I want to say something about that, but then that's just keeping it going."
We hope you learned your lesson!!!
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