After Taylor Swift and Madonna’s controversial NFT videos, Madonna finally broke her silence. Here’s how the internet is reacting. Is Madonna being overly provocative? Will fans ever forgive her? Or will the controversy only escalate? Hopefully, Madonna will take the time to explain her position. But first, let’s take a closer look at her NFT videos.
Taylor Swift’s NFT sparked outrage
Last week, Taylor Swift sparked outrage by publicly endorsing two Democratic candidates in Tennessee. While she’s been very private about her political views, this sudden endorsement sparked both praise and outrage from rightwing fanatics. While many praised Swift for the endorsement, white supremacists cried foul, and mainstream fans said she should stay away from politics. Meanwhile, Donald Trump said he liked her music 25% less after she posted the controversy on Instagram.
However, this controversy was overshadowed by Madonna’s bizarre NFT videos. The singer’s NFT videos feature graphic digital scans of her vagina, which were created by an artist named Beeple. They also feature naked depictions of giving birth. The risque videos have sparked outrage on social media, and the singer has been criticized for them. The ‘Britney’s World’ singer said she wished she had never filmed the videos.
The outrage over Swift’s NFT isn’t surprising, given her recent alignment with the LGBTQ community. Earlier this year, she won a sexual assault trial and demanded $1 in restitution. However, the trial found that the DJ groped her during a photo op, and she asked for a one-time payment from the DJ. However, Swift later denied that she ever intended to slander the singer for the incident.
Madonna’s NFT sparked outrage
In recent years, Madonna has been ridiculed on the internet for her provocative NFT videos. The videos feature graphic digital scans of her vagina and naked depictions of giving birth. Since their release, the videos have been widely panned by fans and media alike. The pop icon has recently broken her silence about the controversy, describing the incident as a “sad day for women.”
After posting pictures of the D.C. march on social media, Madonna broke her silence about getting mocked by the internet. While the president and White House administration tried to discredit the event, the women’s march was the focal point of the day. Madonna then took the stage alongside Amy Schumer and Janet Mock to discuss the anger she felt after Trump’s election, as well as the importance of intersectionality.
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