Madonna Banned From Alamo Drafthouse Movie Theater Chain

Don't mess with Texas! Just ask Madonna.

Following last week's incident at the "12 Years a Slave" premiere at the New York Film Festival, where the songbird allegedly texted throughout the first half of the film until she was asked to stop by another moviegoer, the "Material Girl" has been banned from attending movies at the Alamo Drafthouse movie theater chain.

The company's CEO, Tim League, lashed out on Twitter over Madge's bad movie manners.

League tweeted:

Until she apologizes to movie fans, Madonna is banned from watching movies @drafthouse. http://t.co/cHMeseJxMJ

— Tim League (@timalamo) October 11, 2013

The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema chain has a strict no-talking and anti-texting policy for its theaters, and will reportedly ask patrons who violate the policy to leave the theater. Naturally many of The Queen of Pop's fans sprang to action on Twitter, telling Alamo Theaters that they were overreacting to the situation, but League stood his ground and followed up with a series of chiding tweets.

@TheManneFrank Madonna, however entitled she feels she is, is unbearably rude to others around her by texting in a theater — Tim League (@timalamo) October 11, 2013

@TheManneFrank she needs better manners is all

— Tim League (@timalamo) October 11, 2013

League claimed on Saturday that his Twitter tirade toward Mo was all a joke and was simply meant to get the issue of texting during movies into the public eye, but Madonna's fans aren't buying it and are calling for him to apologize.

Madonna's camp has not responded to the controversy on Twitter and has not released a statement regarding the ban.

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