Madonna asked if island was artificial, not the Bosphorus: report

Madonna asked if island was artificial, not the Bosphorus: report

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Madonna asked if island was artificial, not the Bosphorus: report

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Daily Hürriyet had claimed today that Madonna asked the manager of a SuAda restaurant if the Bosphorus was an artificial lake during dinner last night.  

Daily Milliyet, however, reported that Madonna asked the manager whether Istanbul’s Suada Club, an island situated between the two Bosphorus Strait bridges, was real.  

The pop music icon was enjoying a late night dinner with her boyfriend, Brahim Zaibat, when she took an interest in the view. 

She also reportedly pointed at boats several times during dinner.

Madonna ordered a salad but tasted a variety of dishes, including eggplant salad and several kinds of fish.

The superstar then called her dancers and invited them to join her. A group of dancers arrived at SuAda soon after. Madonna headed to the Çırağan Palace at the end of the night, while the crew stopped at Reina for some late night clubbing.

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