Madonna Trolled for Using Blue 'Avatar' Filter While Dancing to 'Avatar the Last Airbender' Song
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The 64-year-old Queen of Pop is being ridiculed by social media trolls after she fails to distinguish James Cameron's blue Avatar and Nickelodeon's Avatar Aang.

AceShowbiz - Madonna has failed to distinguish James Cameron's "Avatar" and Nickelodeon's "Avatar the Last Airbender". The "Material Girl" singer is now getting ridiculed on social media after using the blue "Avatar" camera filter and "Avatar the Last Airbender" soundtrack at the same time.

On Sunday, November 20, the 64-year-old star turned to her TikTok account to upload a video that saw her and her kids rocking the blue Avatar filter. Interestingly, she added a soundtrack of "Avatar the Last Airbender" to the clip.

Noticing the mishap, many social media users pointed out that Madonna wore the wrong sound in the comments section. "WRONG AVATAR GIRLLL," one person commented, with another chiming in, "mother the audio you used is from Avatar: The Last Airbender, an amazing cartoon from nikelodeon."

A third found it funny as writing, "hahahahah not the audio." Someone else added, "Avatar cartoon and Avatar James Cameron lol." Echoing a similar statement, a fifth penned, "Bestie this song is from Avatar the last airbender, not Avatar the movie about blue aliens."

Another joked, "Lol yip yip I guess," referring to Avatar Aang's loyal sky bison Appa on "Avatar the Last Airbender". A different person quipped, "at least we know that her is in charge of his account."

Others defended the Queen of Pop, with one stressing, "she's madonna she doesn't care which avatar is which." A second pointed out, "queen blending avatar and avatar." A separate user said, "She's been doing what she wants all her life. No one can tell the queen s**tt."

Madonna's TikTok video came just days after she was involved in a feud with 50 Cent. The "Like a Virgin" hitmaker was publicly called out by Fiddy after she posted a TikTok video of her lip-syncing to a Baby Keem track. "I told y'all grand ma was on bulls**t! like a virgin at 64. LOL," the "In Da Club" rapper wrote after critics accused the mother-of-six of using "rap music for clout" and called her actions "pathetic" and "disturb[ing]."

Seemingly responding to 50 Cent's post, Madonna turned to her Instagram Story to post an image of herself with long flame-colored hair, wearing ripped jeans and a lacy corset. Madge accompanied the picture with a caption that read, "STOP BULLYING MADONNA FOR ENJOYING HER LIFE."

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