Madonna Posted A Video Of That Demon Sperm Lady And Instagram Flagged It

July 29, 2020 / Posted by:

Madonna is supposed to make another grand return to pop music in the remix for Dua Lipa’s song Levitating along with Missy Elliott, but well, Dua’s people may be scrambling to replace her vocals with Kylie Minogue, Janet Jackson, Jan Terri (Dua WISHES!), Stacey Q (again, Dua WISHES!), or literally anybody else in the pop game. Because yesterday, Madonna went from the Queen of Pop to the Queen of Breitbart when she endorsed a bogus COVID-19 cure video that Instagram even flagged as bogus. And here some of us were thinking that the most brain-rattling thing Madonna would do during this quarantine would be her musical ode to fried fish and calling the virus the “great equalizer“, but she outdid herself by peeking out of the COVID-19 truther closet. The Queen of Reinvention just keeps reinventing herself!

In May, Madonna said that she tested positive for coronavirus antibodies and believed she caught the virus while on tour in Paris. She pledged $1.1 million to help find a COVID-19 vaccine, and earlier in the pandemic, she donated 100,000 masks to prisons and jails. But then she started to get loose with the quarantine restrictions by flying from England to NYC to party it up for Steven Klein’s birthday in May. And yesterday, she gave love to that demon sperm lady from Houston (real name: Dr. Stella Immanuel) who pfft’d at wearing masks to prevent the spread of coronavirus and claimed to have cured many corona-infected patients with the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, which Dr. Fauci has said can fuck up your heart and not cure you of coronavirus.

Madonna posted a couple of anti-Trump posts and a few Black Lives Matter posts on her Instagram Stories yesterday. But then she joined Donald Trump and Kirstie Alley in praising Stella and hydroxychloroquine. Then, Instagram blurred the video, and let Madonna’s 15.4 million followers know that if they watch the video, they’d be hit with a load of fraudulence:

Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube also removed the video. Apparently, Madonna posted it once, deleted it, and then posted it again before deleting it a second time. Some, including Annie Lennox, believed that maybe Madonna got hacked:

But Madonna hasn’t said shit since deleting that post. So her team probably kicked her crutches and successfully wrestled her phone out of her hands to delete that mess.

As for Trump new favorite doctor Stella Immanuel, The Daily Beast says she’s a pediatrician and also a minister who believes that cysts and endometriosis are caused by fucking and getting creampied by shape-shifting demons and witches in your dreams, thinks doctors are using alien DNA for medical treatments, and that the Illuminati is destroying the world using abortion, gay marriage, and children’s toys. We can laugh, but some children’s toys are the devil’s work (see: Tickle Me Elmo) and demon jizz does exist. I mean, how do you think predators like Harvey Weinstein got here? But as for catching shit from demons, I’ve fucked several demons and the only things I got were crabs, shame, and low self-esteem.

Madonna will probably never ever explain herself, but maybe, just maybe, this was a scheme she came up with to get her followers to scream, “Okay, okay, Madonna, you win, stop posting shit like this and go back to posting about fried fish and pics of your DuPont ass!

Pics: Instagram, Twitter

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