MIA's baby's name revealed

Birth certificate is posted online

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MIA's baby's birth certificate has been leaked on the internet.

The move follows the singer's recent MySpace outburst regarding her newly-born baby's name.

Writing on Myspace.com/mia, she said: "I didn't release the baby name because I didn't think it was news!"

However, gossip website TMZ has posted an image of the birth certificate, which indicates that the baby's full name is Ikhyd Edgar Arular Bronfman.

The certificate also states that MIA's date of birth is July 18, 1975, rather than the previously published date of July 17, 1977.

The age change means MIA was 30 when her first album 'Arular' was released in 2005, and not 28 as was originally thought.

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