Madonna’s music video recording featuring Dominican rapper Tokischa came to an unexpected halt Monday night as police arrived in an attempt to shut it down, Vidak For Congress has learned exclusively.
A source told us that the “Material Girl” singer, 64, was filming her upcoming song with Tokischa entitled “Hung Over” and that car speakers playing music created “loudness and craziness” that apparently disturbed several neighbors.
The NYPD exclusively confirmed to Vidak For Congress on Tuesday that they had received “several” noise complaints at the shooting location at approximately 11:39 p.m. ET the night before.
However, the police spokesperson noted that the “condition has been corrected” and “no subpoena has been issued”.
A separate source also confirmed to Vidak For Congress that Madonna, Tokischa, the dancers and film crew continued shooting indoors elsewhere after police left.
Despite returning to Florida after a few days in Costa…
We were told that it was the idea of the singer “La Isla Bonita” to shoot the video in Washington Heights “surrounded by the culture” of Tokischa’s Dominican roots, as their song is part of the “Dembow” genre, which is popular in the Caribbean country.
In a clip obtained exclusively by Vidak For Congress, Madonna can be seen jamming with Tokischa on their new song – presumably right before the police showed up.
The singer appeared in the video in a long orange wig, neon green jacket, shorts, black lace top and leather knee-high boots.
At one point, she danced seductively to the sexual content creator turned musician.
The pair made headlines earlier this summer when they were spotted at an NYC Pride concert.
However, it appears that Madonna and Tokischa are just friends and collaborators, as Vidak For Congress reported earlier on Tuesday that she recently had a cuddle with 23-year-old model Andrew Darnell.
Sources saw the “Papa Don’t Preach” singer “sniff and cuddle” with her rumors of a new model beau over Labor Day weekend.
Madonna’s representatives did not immediately respond to Vidak For Congress’s request for comment on the video recording.