The NFL has added more than $15 million to its arbitration claim against singer-rapper M.I.A., demanding a total of $16.6 million for "restitution," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Last September, news came out that the NFL was …
They certainly did a good job of keeping this quiet! You may remember the Super Bowl halftime show last year when singer slash rapper M.I.A. gave the camera “the finger” and mouthed “I don’t give a sh*t.” Well, even if you don’t remember, the ...
It was pretty goddamn ridiculous—for reasons explained here and here—when the NFL decided that it was going to sue M.I.A. for flipping the bird during her Super Bowl halftime performance, but according to new documents obtained by …
M.I.A. is refusing to pay the $1.5 million dollar fine demanded by the NFL after M.I.A. flipped off the camera at the Super Bowl, and now the case is heading to court. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the Super Bowl 2014 ticket prices …
The British recording artist M.I.A has never been the sort of person to back down from a fight but maybe this time she bit off more than she can chew as she heads into battle with the NFL. Their dispute began on February 5th 2012, when …
Howard King confirmed to ESPN.com that his client, singer M.I.A., has reached a confidential settlement with the league. King said he could not share any further information, including when the settlement occurred. NFL spokesman Brian …
Two years ago, Sri Lankan rapper M.I.A. stirred up what was really only ... One snippet: As a first example regarding NFL show performers, Michael Jackson performed in the 1993 Superbowl Halftime Show, during which he repeatedly …
M.I.A. is going on the defense against the NFL. The National Football League is seeking $16.6 million from the recording artist, for holding up her middle finger during her Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis in 2012. 18 Photos Madonna's halftime …
The politically volatile singer M.I.A. has never shied away from a fight, but now she's taking on a particularly imposing American institution -- the NFL. During her 2012 Super Bowl performance alongside Madonna and Nicki Minaj, cameras …
M.I.A. wasn't paid for the event as is the custom of the league. But nevertheless, the NFL spent the first two years of arbitration demanding $1.5 million for allegedly breaching her performance contract and tarnishing its goodwill and …