Madonna set social media light on Sunday after she revealed a huge secret to her fans! It’s unclear whether the star was simply joking or actually making a statement.
Jumping on the back of a new TikTok trend, a pink-haired Madonna aimed to throw a pair of fuchsia underwear in the garbage.
The Material Girl is looking a little weathered, and she is not aging gracefully. That’s certain.
Madonna has seemingly come out. In a new video shared to TikTok Sunday, the pop icon implied that she’s gay.
The words “If I miss, I’m Gay,” flashed across the screen as the 64-year-old singer threw and failed to sink the underwear into the open garbage can. She then threw her hands up in acceptance and playfully turned away from the camera, hand on hip.
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If I’m allowed to say she looks like a demon from a horror movie!
After her several soft porn videos, her pointy tits, her sex book, her masturbating on stage… does anyone really care if she sleeps with women too? Didn’t we already know that?
Some wondered whether she’d gone overboard in tweaking her appearance in a desperate attempt to stay young. Others deemed this her latest calculated move to ensure people are still talking about her.
Friends — who admit the singer hires people to “remove any sign of a wrinkle” on her social-media photos — say it’s a lot of both.
“She works hard on staying younger looking because she likes to feel younger,” said a dancer friend of the 63-year-old star. “She hangs around with younger people because she finds people her age stuffy and boring.”
It is also why she prefers young lovers.
But even as she continues to battle time on her face, it seems her age is catching up with her in some ways and her latest look is just demonic!
We all know that she’s a left-wing nut job so here are the five times when the singer offered up her signature political wisdom for the rest of the world to contemplate.
[Warning: Some graphic language and otherwise disturbing content ahead.]
1. “If you vote for Hillary Clinton, I will give you a blowj*b.”
While serving as the opening act for Amy Schumer at Madison Square Garden in October, Madonna shocked the audience by offering to perform sexual favors for anyone voting for the former Democratic presidential candidate in the general election.
“If you vote for Hillary Clinton, I will give you a blowj*b. OK?” the singer said. “I’m really good. I’m not a douche, and I’m not a tool. I take my time, I have a lot of eye contact, and I do swallow.”
Of course, the legality (and practicality) of the offer was always somewhat in question. So it may not have been a complete surprise when New York Daily News writer Gersh Kuntzman was turned away from Madonna’s apartment by a security guard when he tried to claim his prize.
2. “I’m voting naked with Katy Perry!! Vote for Hillary.”
The Material Girl took a leaf out of fellow pop star Katy Perry’s book when she stripped down to show her support for Clinton in September.
“Im voting naked with Katy Perry!! Vote for Hillary. She’s the Best we got!” the singer captioned the risqué snap, which she posted to Twitter.
Hours earlier, the singer had posted another photo of herself straddling Clinton.
In early November, with just days to go until Election Day, Madonna sounded a dire warning on her Instagram account in one last-ditch effort to get Clinton supporters to show up to the polls: “Vote Clinton or we are all f*cked.”
3. Madonna suggests the only way to defeat terrorists like ISIS is with “unconditional love.”
In November 2015, one day after a group of terrorists murdered more than 100 people in coordinated attacks throughout Paris, an emotional Madonna paused a concert in Stockholm to reflect on the state of the world, and to offer a suggestion for how to defeat the terrorists in the future.
“Yes, there are people who have no respect for human life and there are people that do atrocious, degrading and unforgivable things to other human beings,” she said, “but we will never ever, ever change this world that we live in if we do not change ourselves, if we do not change the way that we treat one another on a daily basis.”
“Only love will change the world. But it’s very hard to love unconditionally and it’s very hard to love that which we do not understand, or that which is different than we are. But we have to or this will go on and on forever.”
The singer came under heavy fire on social media for the comments, but the editorial staff at GossipCop summed it up this way: “Does Madonna really think if we gave ISIS ‘love unconditionally’ they would no longer perpetrate horrific acts of violence? And can Madonna really ‘love unconditionally’ a group that beheads, throws over the sides of building, and stones to death men for being gay?”
4. Madonna makes the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando all about her.
After another terrorist attack, this time at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando in June, Madge took to Twitter to mourn the 49 victims of the attack, though not in a way some people found appropriate for the situation.
The singer posted two Tweets; one featured a gay couple touching tongues, and another was a photograph of herself kissing Britney Spears on the mouth during the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.
“Stop Hate. Stop Violence,” she captioned the latter photo.
Of course, it wasn’t long before the negative responses began rolling in. Madonna’s followers quickly accused her of using the tragedy in Orlando to bolster her own publicity and fame.
“Way to capatililze on the lgbtqa community with ‘bisexuality, I kissed a girl for momentary gain’ Katy perry bullsh*t. Over it,” read one typical response to the post.
“Inconsiderate and not the time for this,” another user wrote.
5. Madonna wears a sheer, butt-exposing outfit to the Met Ball gala to make a “political statement” about women’s rights.
At the star-studded Met Ball gala in May, Madonna hit the red carpet in a sheer black Givenchy lace dress that showed off plenty of skin.
In a defiant post to her Instagram account to respond to critics, the singer said she had meant the outfit as a “political statement,” to show that Americans are still living in an “ageist” and “sexist” society.
“[W]e are still in the dark ages,” she wrote. “My dress at the Met Ball was a political statement as well as a fashion statement. The fact that people actually believe a woman is not allowed to express her sexuality and be adventurous past a certain age is proof that we still live in an age-ist and sexist society.”
“I have never thought in a limited way and I’m not going to start,” she added. “We cannot effect change unless we are willing to take risks By being fearless and By taking the road leas traveled by [sic]. Thats how we change history.”
It was not immediately clear whether history had changed due to Madonna’s choice of dress.
And let’s not forget that she wanted to burn down the White House!