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Madonna's 13th album 'Iconic' that was leaked in its entirety yesterday (17 December) features a track titled 'Illuminati' where the singer is heard name checking several high profile figures, like Barack Obama, Lady Gaga and Oprah Winfrey.

In the track, the 56-year-old singer is heard rapping: "It's not Jay Z and Beyonce ...it's not Oprah and Obama, The Pope, Ariana, Queen Elizabeth or Kanye... black magic or Kanye.''

Madonna claims the noted celebrities and political figures do not belong to the secret group of Illuminati that some conspiracy theorists believe run the world, reported Xpose entertainment.

Several celebrities that have previously been believed to belong to the Illuminati have been mentioned in the song, including Steve Jobs and Bill Gates.

In another one of her leaked tracks, the singer is heard ranting about drug use.

"Teach me how to pray, and we can do drugs, and we can smoke weed, and we can drink whiskey. 'Yeah we can get high, and we can get stoned, and we can sniff glue, and we can do E, and we can drop acid," sings Madonna on her track 'Make the Devil Pray'.

Madonna took to social media to vent out her fury over her leaked album referring to the untimely release as an act of "terrorism".

"'This is artistic rape!! These are early leaked demo's half of which wont even make it on my album the other half have changed and evolved. This is a form of terrorism. Wtf!!!! Why do people want to destroy artistic process??? Why steal? Why not give me the opportunity to finish and give you my very best?" posted Madonna on her Instagram handle, which was later deleted.