It all started when Madonna celebrated the 30th anniversary of the coffee table book sex Writing on Instagram, “In addition to pictures of me nude, there were pictures of men kissing men, a woman kissing a woman, and me kissing everyone. I also wrote about my sexual fantasies and shared my view on sex in a cynical way.”
“I spent the next few years being interviewed by narrow-minded people who tried to shame me for empowering myself as a woman,” she continued. “Now Cardi B can sing her WAP, Kim Kardashian can grace the cover of any magazine with her bare butt, and Miley Cyrus can come on like a wrecking ball.”
“You’re welcome bitches… 🤡” Madonna ended the story.
Cardi was one of those people who didn’t take pleasure in being referred to as “whores.” She wrote on Twitter, “I’ve honored this woman literally so many times because I grew up listening to her…She can make her point without putting on a clown emoji and throwing her mouth off…These emojis really become disappointments once you make them. In the industry that’s why I keep by myself “.
Underneath, Cardi posted a screenshot of a 2018 Billboard article discussing the Instagram post Cardi posted after meeting Madonna for the first time: “I grew up with my mom listening to Madonna for hours. I did my first year of ‘Material Girl’ in high school, listening to her in all the pics Which I picked up for super confident, and I always mention her in my interviews. The best part about it is that she was everything I thought she was going to be a feminist pro-kick bitch. I’m so happy.”
In fact, both Madonna and Cardi appeared in Quavo’s 2018 song “Champagne Rosé”. Cardi even paid tribute to Madonna in the music video for the song “Up,” wearing a cone bra inspired by Madonna’s famous Jean Paul Gaultier look.
Cardi later clarified that it was Madonna’s tone that reached her:
We’ll keep you posted if Madonna posts more.
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