Bono Laughs at 'I AM AFRICA' Dig in THE BOOK OF MORMON
According to gossip reported by the New York Daily News, "Bono approves of references to Bono," specifically the song "I Am Africa" from Broadway's THE BOOK OF MORMON, which the star saw last week.
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The U2 vocalist and musician is well known for his humanitarian efforts in Africa, focusing on debt relief for developing countries, world poverty, and AIDS. He co-founded DATA, EDUN, the ONE Campaign and Product Red, and has performed at benefit concerts for Amnesty International and many other organizations.
Bono and band-mate The Edge wrote the music and lyrics for the Broadway hit Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.