Madonna Has Said Words About The Rumors Of Her New Fake Ass

January 4, 2019 / Posted by:

I knew we hadn’t seen nor heard the last of Madonna after she brought in the new year with a booty so ridiculously big it would make the cast of any Love and Hip Hop show say, “Ewww.” Everyone knows that Madge is controversy personified and never bites her tongue, so now she has a message for those of us who have something to say about her new ass: we can all pucker up and kiss those pads now!

Madge wasted no time rushing over to Instagram to let everyone know her new ass is her new thing for 2019 and if you don’t like it, tough titty (which she’ll probably have done next again).

Interestingly enough she had the balls to post this pic with her trademarked “middle finger to the world” swag, yet she disabled the comments. For why Madge? I’ll tell you why, because she knows people would relentlessly light fire to that new ass with comments that would make her immediately drain it back into the can of lard she got it from. But the thing that shocked me the most was when I discovered (with help from Dlisted reader Sophie) that this isn’t the first time Madge tried it with this fake ass fuckery.

Back in 2016 Madge hosted a benefit concert for Malawi in Miami during Art Basel. Ariana Grande was also in attendance and Madge invited her onstage so the two of them could participate in the weirdest, most disproportionate twerking contest EVER. In case you didn’t see it before and want to….

But why doesn’t her 2016 ass move when she’s twerking? Hopefully she corrected that with the 2019 booty remix, but even if it does jiggle more now I’m still not looking at that shit.

Pic: Instagram

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