Earlier this week, [artist id="1098"]Madonna[/artist] and EDM star [artist id="2539409"]deadmau5[/artist] were in a war of words after a comment the Queen of Pop made at Miami's Ultra Music Festival.
For those who haven't been following along at home, when Madonna took the stage to introduce Avicii, she asked the room, "How many people in this crowd have seen Molly?" Molly is another term for the illegal drug MDMA (ecstasy). That reference angered 'mau5, who took to his Facebook to call out Madonna for seemingly linking dance music and drug use, a persistent stereotype.
Eventually, the two settled the argument when Madonna took to Twitter, explaining that she was actually referring to the song "Have You Seen Molly" by Cedric Gervais, not the drug. deadmau5 seemed fine with her clarification, and all was cool between the once-beefing twosome.
When MTV News caught up with one of Madge's MDNA producers, fellow EDM DJ Martin Solveig, he weighed in on the short-lived, yet headline-making, tiff.
"She's a lot more ironical than a lot of people think, and ... she has this dry sense of humor, which sometimes makes her say or do things that are a little bit shocking, which is also the reason why everyone loves her," he said of Madge.
Solveig also showed support to 'mau5 (real name Joel Zimmerman).
"Joel probably read the whole thing a bit more first-degree and was a little bit angry, and there's nothing wrong with that," he continued. "And about him saying the things that he wants to say, I mean, I'm totally with him on that. No one here is promoting drug use, and maybe it was important to say this. I know Madonna enough to know that she is, like, completely at the opposite of supporting drug use, but it's a little bit of a chitchat."
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