AceShowbiz - Madonna continues to receive more hate than love with her disturbing social media contents. Being used to be touted as a music icon with thought-provoking works, the so-called Queen of Pop has turned off her fans after sharing a bizarre video of her licking water out of a dog bowl.
On Wednesday, November 9, the 64-year-old posted an Instagram Reel that featured her rocking a neon green sweater, tights and thigh-high boots. In a few of the pics, she posed alongside a motorcycle and a food pantry. However, things took a turn for the odd when she started posing sexually with a sriracha and mustard bottle.
Not stopping there, Madge was then seen lying on the floor on all four with her head down close to a silver bowl. She later started licking water of the bowl though the sequence was intentionally blurred out. The video is set to The Stooges' song "I Wanna Be Your Dog".
Needless to say, social media users were perplexed by Madonna's bizarre act in the video. "it's getting more and more embarrassing. It's not easy to be your fan anymore. You were an icon sadly now without style," one follower reacted.
Another commented, "None of this is thought provoking or 'different.' You lost touch. You used to be ahead of the game. You created it. The changes to your body too. This is all screaming desperation to stay young or relevant. The last thing any of us would have expected from Madonna…"
A third echoed the sentiment, "It has no meaning.. no depth.. this is not Art.. this is you destroying the Iconic Madonna that you created!" Agreeing, a fourth user penned, "You are at it again! What is this? Its so sad to see you destroy the Iconic Madonna Style! Im sorry I have been your fan since I was a kid.. and I just cannot accept this garbage style.. no class.. no elegance you have created for yourself!"
Someone decided to unfollow Madonna on Instagaram as saying, "And it is time to unfollow!!!! After all these years of being a big fan of such a talented artist!" Another disappointed fan weighed in, "She's gone mad. A shame, I adored her when she was making fun music."