COVID Be Damned! Madonna Celebrated Her 62nd Birthday In Jamaica

August 17, 2020 / Posted by:

After calling coronavirus the great equalizer,” Madonna seems intent on making that a reality by trying to give as many people as possible the chance to develop COVID-19 antibodies, like she allegedly has, if they are lucky enough not to die first. You can’t tell Madonna shit. Madonna gwan do what she wants and that includes packing up her entire entourage and flying to Jamaica to celebrate her 62nd birthday as if Satan himself hadn’t bukaked the entire face of the planet with his white hot COVID-19 spunk. Despite the CDC’s current recommendation that “travelers avoid all nonessential international travel to Jamaica,” Madonna said fuck it (again), and jetted off to visit Chet Hanks’ spiritual homeland with her 25-year-old boyfriend Ahlamalik Williams, her slightly younger daughter Lourdes and 7-year-old twins Stelle and Estere.

According to Billboard, the Sturges Buffalo Chip should have asked Madonna to play at their rally because she is just as willing to say “fuck this COVID shit” as Smash Mouth is.

More than four months after saying she had tested positive for the coronavirus antibodies, Madonna packed up the fam and flew down to Jamaica for a blow-out 62nd birthday party.

And because this is Madonna we’re talking about, she was doing the absolute most.

“Birthday fun in Jamaica,” she tweeted along with three Jamaican flag emoji. “Thank you for being so welcoming.” The tweet was accompanied by footage of a group playing a reggae tune on the street as Madonna twerked, shook a maraca and slow danced with lanky dancer Williams, 25, turning down a hit off his joint by saying “I’m preserving my vocal cords.” Daughters Lourdes and the twins make cameos in the pictures and videos as well

In another series of pictures, though, she did appear to have a spliff hanging from her lips as she showed off a plate filled with weed and rolling papers. She also displayed her signature acerbic wit, captioning another post “Resting Birthday B–ch Face.” The party seemed to never end, as another clip found the singer joking about cutting her hair off to celebrate her big b-day, freestyling a song about taping up her foot because of a broken bone and dancing alone to the remix of Dua Lipa’s “Levitating” as she fanned herself.

It’s no surprise she was offered a warm welcome. The New Yorker reports that the island closed its borders completely in March to stave off the coronavirus and has only opened back up to tourists on June 15th. Since then, 35,000 people have visited, and “there have been more than a hundred newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 on the island” (reported on July 23). Starting August 20th, all visitors from the United States will be required to obtain a COVID-19 test before visiting. So Madonna and crew got in just under the wire (via According to The CDC, Jamaica is now at “level 3 COVID risk.

COVID-19 risk in Jamaica is high. CDC recommends travelers avoid all nonessential international travel to Jamaica. Some examples of essential travel may include traveling for humanitarian aid work, medical reasons, or family emergencies. Older adults, people of any age with certain underlying medical conditions, and others at increased risk for severe illness should consider postponing all travel, including essential travel, to Jamaica.

At the rate she’s going, Madonna’s going to wind up getting her very own strain of COVID-19 named after her.

Pic: Instagram

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