Madonna claims the average person doesn't care that she has adopted a Malawi baby.The 48-year-old singer has blamed the media for the furor over her adoption of 13-month-old David and accused the UK media of nationalism and racism. Madonna told Time magazine: "There's a lot of Brits - reporters on the street - who've said, 'Why don't you adopt a kid from Britain?' Or, 'Why did you adopt a black child?'"But when you throw in things like I'm a celebrity and I somehow got special treatment, or make the implication of kidnapping, it gets mixed into a stew, and it sells lots of papers."What they should care about is that there are over a million orphans in Malawi."Last week, Madonna - who is married to British film director Guy Ritchie -described the first time her two children, Rocco and Lourdes, met their new brother. She said: "He arrived at seven o'clock in the morning and the children were getting ready for school. We were all in the kitchen and the door opened, it was just really quiet and my nanny walked in carrying David and the children just ran to him. Lola grabbed him and held him and it was just this strange quiet moment. It was amazing."