Thursday, February 24, 2011

Mariah Carey, Usher and Beyonce sang for the clan Gaddafi

Wikileaks has struck again. This time is Mariah Carey makes the expense of the sensational revelations site specializing in information leakage. According to diplomatic cables from Wikileaks, including The New York Times echoes the singer would have received one million dollars to interpret four of his hits during the evening of New Year held in 2009 in the Caribbean by a son Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan head of state.

This information comes as Libya is currently the scene of a protest movement with unprecedented popular target for the dictatorial regime of Gaddafi, in power since 1969 following a coup. Information on the provision of Mariah Carey for the Gaddafi clan running since 2009, says New York Times, adding that "It is by no means a first and even less of an exception." In fact, cables Wikileaks also revealed that the year following the intervention of Mariah Carey, Usher and Beyonce are that pushed the song to another son of Libyan dictator, still in sunny St.

Barts. The exact amount billed by both R'n'B singers for their benefit has not been revealed, but they would, like Mariah Carey, pocketed a big check. It does work, right?

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