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This report from contactmusic.com clarifies a report published yesterday stating that Madonna had received money from Brazil's richest man for the Raising Malawi charity - infact it was for a Brazilian charity project instead:

Madonna has secured a $7 million donation from Brazil's richest man to help set up a children's charity in the South American country.
Madonna is setting up a new Brazilian children's charity.
The 'Celebration' singer met with wealthy business people and politicians during her recent five-day trip to the South American country and managed to secure a $7 million donation for Success for Kids from Brazil's richest man, Eike Batista.
Madonna was invited to the father-of-two's estate on the island of Angra Dos Reis on Saturday (14.11.09) to discuss the project after Batista agreed to fund a large proportion of her latest charitable venture.
During dinner, Batista - who has an estimated $7.5 billion fortune - offered to give Madonna $7 million after asking how much more she needed to set up her charity's initial projects, leaving the pop superstar in tears.
At the meal, Madonna declared her love for the country, saying: 'I worship Brazil.'

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RJ Steyer

SHe worships Jesus, a Brazilian. The quote is off ;)

Daniel Furii

i believe Silvio Santos who own the 2nd biggest TV network in Brazil remains the richest man, the whole thing is innacurate

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