Add Mariah Carey to the list of performers giving away Muammar Qaddafi-tainted money.
The singer egg-facedly acknowledged Thursday what a Wikileaks post had alleged a few weeks ago, that she was paid $1 million to sing four songs for the Libyan leader's son at a party in the Caribbean in 2006.
"I was naive and unaware of who I was booked to perform for," Carey, 40, says in a statement. "I feel horrible and embarrassed to have participated in this mess."
A mess that has become intolerable only recently, apparently, because the Libyan leader is currently busy gunning down his own people.
The New York Daily News reported Carey would counter the tainted gig by donating the proceeds from a new song "Save the Day" for unspecified "human rights issues."
She joins Nelly Furtado and Beyoncé, who have admitted to performing for Qaddafi and announced plans to rectify it. Furtado said she has since donated her $1 million sum to charity, and Beyoncé said Wednesday she had donated her sum in 2009 to earthquake relief efforts in Haiti.
Still to address the matter are Qaddafi faves Usher and 50 Cent.