Madonna Went To A Black Lives Matter Protest On Crutches

June 8, 2020 / Posted by:

There have been Black Lives Matter protests all over the world after the murder of George Floyd. Madonna previously paid homage to George with a questionable decision to post a video of her Black son dancing to a Michael Jackson song. But well, she followed that up by actually doing something helpful. She hit the streets of London this weekend to wobble in a BLM protest. And since she’s got a bad knee, she took her crutches along with her. So she was ready to support Black people, and support her knee, and beat up a cop with her crutch if they tried to teargas her ass.

The Daily Mail says that Madonna was spotted right in the middle of a BLM protest. Lots of fellow famous types went to BLM protests across the pond, including British boxer Anthony Joshua, and tennis player Boris Becker. Alexa Chung and Suki Waterhouse, both also attended British BLM demonstrations, posting to their Instagram accounts from protests.

Madonna has had a bad knee for a long time now and has talked about using weed gummies to deal with the pain. She even had to cancel some of the shows of her Madame X Tour because the pain got so bad. But Madonna wasn’t going to let some knee pain stop her from showing support to the Black community. If a llama can protest, she can! And she definitely wasn’t worried about catching coronavirus while surrounded by so many people since she’s immune, remember? Madonna was seen in crutches walking along with protestors and joining in on chants like:

“No justice, no peace!”

Gotta love Madonna for pushing through her pain to stand up for what’s right! But I have to wonder, if Madonna’s pain is so bad she needs crutches why would she choose to get that ass re-installed? The extra weight of those full cheeks surely can’t be good for her knee!

Pic: Twitter

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