Madonna's Estranged Brother Sings 'Like A Prayer'

04/09/2014 04:15 pm ET | Updated Apr 09, 2014

It's no secret that Madonna and her brother Anthony Ciccone don't see eye to eye, and despite this very known fact, Tablet magazine decided to catch up with the 57-year-old and discuss his favorite Madonna song, among other things.

Ciccone, who has been living in homeless shelters in Traverse City, Mich., isn't a fan of her music, but says that his sister's 1989 song, "Like A Prayer," which was banned by the Vatican because of the video's religious imagery, is his favorite.

"I like that song, because it means something to me," he said after singing a few bars of the tune. "I don't talk to my sister much. I don't pay much attention to her music. We're not really buddies."

That's a bit of an understatement, given what Ciccone told the Daily Mail in March 2013. "Madonna doesn’t give a s--t if I’m dead or alive. She lives in her own world," he said. "I never loved her in the first place, she never loved me. We never loved each other."

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