According to malaki9332, a dedicated viewer of Ultra Music Festival 2012's live YouTube stream, the abbreviation "MDMA = MaDonna's Meaty ASS."
That is incorrect. In fact, the initialism refers to methylenedioxymethylamphetamine (street name Ecstasy), a so-called entactogenic drug that'll make you thirsty, horny, and even dangerously giddy.
Nevertheless, there is a connection. After all, Madonna's currently preparing a hot, new release that's not-coincidently titled MDNA.
And ... She just crashed Avicii's Ultra set, dropped a raver drug reference, and shook that "Meaty ASS' to punctuate her point.
Just a few hours before slinking behind the decks, Mr. Avicii (AKA Tim Bergling) tweeted, "Closing ultra for the first time tonight ! Have something big in store :)"
Then at approximately 11:10 p.m., everyone's favorite "Gang Bang" queen burst out onto the Main Stage to introduce the Swedish DJ, producer, and twink before asking, "How many people in this crowd have seen Molly?"
This druggy shout-out (plus Madonna's alleged hotness, grossness, and lameness) sent the YouTube trolls into a tizzy.
Some insisted the Material Girl was simply cruising for a taste of Scandinavia:
madonna wants his d
Avicii is doing a great job. Fuck, I want to get into electronic music. You know he's getting laid tonight. Hopefully not by Madonna....
Others, meanwhile, are apparently too blind to tell the difference between Bergling and dubstep superstar Sonny John Moore:
skrillex and madonna. Choice combo
SKRILLEX IS MAKING MUSIC WITH MADONNA NOW?
ZOMG I HEARD SKRILLEX DRESSED UP AS MADONNA AND DID HANDSTANDS NEXT TO AVICII
Skrillex and MADONNA!!
But most importantly, the internet-obsessed masses were extremely amused by Ms. Ciccone's taste for psychoactive pharmaceuticals:
madonna has been kicked off stage for bringing up mdma lol
Madonna did promote ecstacy when she said "has anyone here seen Molly"...
And predictably, the rabble was prematurely predicting overdose:
Welcome to Ultra 2.0, beat freaks.
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