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Madonna’s pre-Grammys TikTok post has followers very confused and more than a little creeped out.
The 13 second video clip shows the 63-year-old singer pursing her lips while leaning back and forth in front of the camera. She’s wearing heavy silver chains and a black sheer top, plus has her hair styled in four braids.
Her appearance looks different than normal and like the “Material Girl” composer may have had significant plastic surgery.
“Madonna looks good for her age… if her age is 2700 year old vampire who eats babies and small animals alive,” comedian Tim Young shared.
“Madonna is transforming into Jar Jar Binks and no one is talking about it,” Scott Adams wrote.
“Madonna. Sad. Kids, don’t do drugs or liberalism,” someone else said.
“This is Madonna. The coming mental health crisis is going to shock our nation,” Seth Weathers agreed.
If you're old, just look old. It's okay. You aren't going to fool anyone and the only other option is to look like you're suffering a severe allergic reaction to something. Better to just look old. There is dignity in it. There is no dignity in whatever this is. https://t.co/2VL1fU9Coh
— Dr. Matt Walsh, Women’s Studies Scholar (@MattWalshBlog) April 4, 2022
Matt Walsh tweeted his response to the video, too. “If you’re old, just look old. It’s okay. You aren’t going to fool anyone and the only other option is to look like you’re suffering a severe allergic reaction to something,” he shared. “Better to just look old. There is dignity in it. There is no dignity in whatever this is.”
Madonna made waves on social media recently sharing provocative photos of herself. Followers were confused why the star would still be staging those types of photo shoots, and rapper 50 Cent made his feelings known.
“Yo this is the funniest s*** LOL,” the 46-year-old singer wrote in response to one of Madonna’s photos.
“That’s Madonna under the bed trying to do like a virgin at 63. She shot out, if she don’t get her old a** up,” he added.
Madonna had a pointed response for him.
“Now you have decided to talk smack about me. I guess your new career is getting attention by trying to humiliate others on social media. The least elevated choice you could make as an artist and an adult,” she replied to his criticism, according to New York Post.
As for plastic surgery, the “Material Girl” singer has always been an advocate of getting work done. She told the press in 2012: “I am certainly not against plastic surgery. However, I am absolutely against having to discuss it,” Mirror UK reported.
This is far from the first controversial thing Madonna shared to her millions of followers on social media. At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the pop culture icon posted a video of herself in a bathtub full of rose petals while advertising a message of the virus having “no discrimination.”
The Daily Wire originally reported how the “Papa Don’t Preach” singer said the “wonderful” side of COVID-19 is the same as what’s “terrible” about it: that the virus is the “great equalizer” for all mankind.
Fans fought back against her ideas, saying only a wealthy and privileged person could come up with that take.
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