Madonna calls ‘friend’ 50 Cent for ‘slandering’ about her reckless photo shoot

Madonna hit back at 50 Cents after he mocked the adventurous photos she recently shared of herself.

Yesterday (December 2), the 63-year-old posted a 2003 photo of herself and the rapper looking friendly and smiling.

Next to the image, Madonna tagged 50 Cent and wrote: “This is 50 Cent pretending to be my friend. Now you have decided to speak ill of me! “

The singer added: “I guess your new career is gaining attention by trying to humiliate people on social media. The lowest choice you can make as an artist and as an adult.

“You’re just jealous that you won’t look as good as me or have as much fun when you’re my age! Too bad there’s no sour grapes emoji [sic]. ”

Last week, Madonna posted a bunch of photos shows her posing partially nude in various positions in the bedroom.

One photo shows the singer wearing fishnet stockings and heels partially underneath the bed.

50 Cent – Curtis James Jackson III – shared the photo to her own Instagram and suggested that she was too old to post such pictures.

“Yo, this is the funnest**! LOL – League of Legends,” he wrote in the caption. “It was Madonna under the bed trying to act like a virgin at the age of 63. She would have shot out, if she hadn’t aged her. LMFAO. ”

He also posted an edited version of the photo comparing Madonna to the Wicked Witch of the East, who was squashed beneath a house in the 1939 classic. Wizard of Oz.

“Starz asked me to do it again, I just said if Madonna would play the role because I needed star power and sex appeal in this movie,” the rapper wrote.

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50 Cent continued to share a photo of another person mocking the singer by recreating Madonna’s pose. He has since deleted the posts.

In addition to directly calling out the rapper’s name, Madonna also shared an Instagram Story in which she shares a message of confidence.

“Cheer up, things could be worse, for example you could be me,” she said. “Personally, I like the way I look, but there are times when I find it difficult to appreciate different people and things. And they try to embarrass me or humiliate me or make me feel inferior because I’m not like everyone else.

“But in reality, I cherish my uniqueness and I have grown stronger because being unique is rare.” Madonna calls ‘friend’ 50 Cent for ‘slandering’ about her reckless photo shoot

Emma Bowman

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