M.I.A. prevented her from entering Canada to discuss new documentary

M.I.A. BLOCKED at London airport: Rapper reveals mysterious person has prevented her from entering Canada to discuss her new documentary

M.I.A. has revealed she was blocked from boarding a plane in London.

The rapper, 42, took to her Instagram platform on Tuesday to make the shocking announcement – admitting that she wasn’t allowed to fly out to Canada for the screening of her documentary, Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.

The UK born, Sri Lankan star copied the pose of a poster behind her and held onto her passport as she continued to detail how a ‘mysterious person added a stamp on her name’ in a bid to stop her talking about her critically acclaimed new film. 

‘Jealousy is terrible’: M.I.A. has revealed she was blocked from boarding a plane in London to Canada in a bid to stop her talking about her critically acclaimed new film

M.I.A. – real name Mathangi ‘Maya’ Arulpragasam – explained all in the lengthy caption: ‘Jealousy is a terrible thing. At the airport in London they wont let me board a plane to Canada for screening of documentary. 

‘Apparently a mysterious person has added a stamp on my name in 2017 for some issue. No one knows who or what its about?!!!. Hummm I wonder who is that powerful in Canada/US who also doesn’t want me to talk about the film??? 

‘Cloak and daggers. Write ur suggestions below. It’s basically criminal,’ she concluded. 

Hinting that she will be taking matter forth, the Paper Planes hitmaker asked her Twitter followers shortly after: ‘Who is the best immigration lawyer on the right side of humanity?’

‘It’s criminal!’ The rapper – real name Mathangi ‘Maya’ Arulpragasam –  took to her Instagram platform on Tuesday to make the shocking announcement

‘Best immigration lawyer?’ Hinting that she will be taking matter forth, the Paper Planes hitmaker took to her Twitter account after

The documentary in question – Matangi/Maya/M.I.A – made its eagerly anticipated debut at the Sundance Film Festival in January after nearly a decade in the making. 

Speaking of her excitement at the time in an interview with Billboard, she revealed: ‘I’m still trying to process it all’ – her slight shock coming from director Steve Loveridge unexpected direction. 

M.I.A had initially thought the documentary would focus on her style and music over the years.

Venture: The documentary in question – Matangi/Maya/M.I.A – made its eagerly anticipated debut at the Sundance Film Festival in January after nearly a decade in the making

‘Not the film that I would have made’: M.I.A thought the doc would focus on her style and music – however director Steve Loveridge centred on her Tamil origin which has helped her speak up in the face of injustice

She admitted: ‘He (Steve) took all of my cool out. He took all the shows where I look good and tossed it in the bin’

Instead Loveridge focused on her humble Tamil origin which has helped her speak up in the face of injustice. 

She admitted: ‘He took all of my cool out. He took all the shows where I look good and tossed it in the bin. Eventually, if you squash all the music together from the film, it makes for about four minutes. 

‘I didn’t know that my music wouldn’t really be a part of this. I find that to be a little hard, because that is my life. It’s not the film that I would have made,’ she candidly expressed. 

Her life: Despite being unsure about the final product, M.I.A has been hard at work promoting the venture 

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