Madonna hits a bum note!

Singer Madonna Baclash to criticism over ‘sex bondage’ images

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Pop singer Madonna has stood up for her images of Martin Luther King Junior, Nelson Mandela, The Princess of Wales and many others that have been put on her social media outlets like Twitter. The “bondage” images were posted by fans who placed ribbons on the faces in the style of the artwork on Madonna’s new album, Rebel Heart.

But some commentators on Facebook said the images were in bad taste. “I’m sorry. I’m not comparing my self to anyone,” Madonna wrote on Facebook, “I’m admiring and acknowledging there Rebel Hearts. This is niether a crime or an insult or racist!” [spelling as on Facebook].

Singing lesson

Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandella

In her message posted on Saturday, Madonna continued: “If they put me in the same category as these other people… Thank you. I’m very flattered and I hope one day to live up to 1 100th of what those people accomplished.”

Following her statement, a doctored image of Diana, Princess of Wales was posted on her social media outlets. “Yes Princess Diana was. ❤️#rebelheart!” Madonna wrote in a message accompanying the photo. “Anyone who fights for freedom is a ❤️#rebelheart.” Singer John Lennon, Bob Marley and Marilyn Monroe are among others to have had their images co-opted on the website. Martin Luther King Junior and Nelson Mandela also feature on Madonna’s social media outlets

The latest controversy follows the criticism Madonna faced late last month for appearing topless in a magazine photo shoot. Six tracks from her new album were released in December after the songs were leaked online unofficially.

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