Madonna Reportedly Refused To Work With David Guetta Because He's A Scorpio
According to David Guetta, Madonna didn't want to work with him for a very particular reason, Just Jared reported today. The DJ recently did a YouTube video appearence with McFly and Carlito where he dished on the time he met Madonna.
The famed producer and DJ claimed he did a remix for the legendary performing artist a long time ago, but she refused to make a record with him because of his astrological sign. Ironically, David was actually given a Grammy back in 2009 for Madonna's song, "Revolver."
David won the award for the best remix of a non-classical recording. David said in the YouTube video that she called after she caught wind of the remix and she asked him to produce her next record.
When David and Madonna met up and had lunch together, where they talked about music, life, and everything else there is to discuss, his astrological sign came up and Madonna immediately changed her mind. David said she asked him what his sign was and he told her "Scorpio," and then it was over.
David claims Madonna said to him immediately that it was a pleasure to work with him but she had to say goodbye. Of course, Madonna has been in the headlines for other interesting reasons over the last year and a half.
In recent news, the pop star had her Instagram post flagged due to being related to COVID-19. IG blocked one of her videos because she touched on a conspiracy theory regarding the coronavirus as well as a possible cure.
According to the 61-year-old, there has been a cure for months but the United States government won't allow for its distribution. The singer-songwriter said the purpose of leaving it out of the hands of the public was to further the gap between the rich and the poor.
As it was previously reported, Madonna shared a video from Dr. Stella Immanuel, a Texan physician whose videos had already been banned from various social sharing sites. The doctor has claimed in the past that 350 people have already been treated with hydroxychloroquine and it does the job just fine.