So they do believe me now based on further argumentation.
However they wish to register with you the fact that the link you provided is not sufficient, since it’s not an official link to an official site–anyone could have put it up and called it “official” when it’s actually censored.
As for the allegation of censorship: although Wikipedia isn’t 100% accurate, based on the information they give and the links they back it up with, the version I posted is the uncensored version:
The version I linked to contains both gunshot noises and the word “weed.” Here is a Village Voice article commenting on M.I.A.'s anger at MTV’s censored version, which she calls “this fucked up mess with double-tracked bullshit mess.” And if you go to 1:14 in this clip, you can see her noticably confused when the pop-like noises from the censored version are played rather than the gunshot from the original.