Madonna posted this picture of Malala and this message about the auction of the Leger painting on her Instagram page.
I Hope to make many girls smile like Malala all around the world! Thanks to the amazing sale of my painting at Sotheby's we can make this happen soon! Thanks to everyone who helped make it happen! Art equals Revolution!
Madonna posted more pictures and statements on her Instagram page responding to the statements made by the Malawian government.
'Hanging out with women that care for the kids at the Orphan care center I built in Namatete. President Banda come and visit. You won't find any red carpet. Just happy grateful people. They have electricity now.'
'Here is my son teaching break dance to orphans at Home Of Hope on the porch of a dormitory I built. We call this House of Breakdance ! I don't see any red carpets here!'
Madonna arrived in Malawi on Monday to visit the ten new schools that were constructed by Raising Malawi in partnership with buildOn. The schools are currently educating 4,800 students per year, with more projects in the works.
Madonna has posted more pictures from this trip to Malawi on her Instagram page.
Madonna has posted a picture from her trip to Malawi on her Instagram page saying: 'With a Woman from Nijiti Village in Malawi where we have built 10 schools with Build On! Equal attendance Girls and Boys! YEAH!'
Madonna, who only recently joined Instagram, appears to have broken the Facebook-owned photo-sharing site's rules.
The mononymous pop celebrity posted a warning addressed to her that accused her of violating Instagram's community guidelines.
Instagram's rules ban nudity and the posting of images that don't belong to the user posting them, among other restrictions.
Madonna has more than 150,000 followers on Instagram. Many of them leapt to the assumption that Madonna was being punished for photos that displayed cleavage or ample portions of the star's buttocks. It's possible, however, that Instagram took action for other reasons.
For example, Madonna posted at least two photos of Frida Kahlo, the Mexican artist whom she has long cited as an inspiration.
Of course, it's difficult to know if those were actual copyright violations. Madonna may in fact own the photos in question; she's a known collector of Kahlo's works and other Kahlo-related material.
She misspelled Kahlo's name in one posting, though that's not a violation of Instagram rules.
Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The company typically does not comment on individual users' use of its services.
Instagram drew criticism late last year for revising its terms of service in a way that suggested it might sell users' photos. CEO Kevin Systrom apologized and the service retracted some of the more controversial terms.
Madonna's latest picture uploads to her Instagram page show that even Madonna misses proof-reading her captions before she hits 'post'.
With the first black and white picture she wrote: 'I can't decide what wear! then realising she missed out a word she posted the second colour picture with the caption: 'sorry I'm a blonde. What to wear!