After her nude Instagram photos were removed, Madonna goes on a rant about “censorship.”


Following the removal of her nude Instagram photos, Madonna goes on a rant about “censorship.”

After her nude Instagram photos were removed, Madonna goes on a tirade about “censorship.”

MADONNA has spoken out after her risqué Instagram photos were taken down.

Madonna, 63, made headlines yesterday after posting a series of racy photos to her Instagram account.

On the other hand, the pop star is enraged that they were removed after her nipple was revealed.

Following her decision, the actress re-posted the photos on social media, this time with emojis covering her.

The Vogue singer then went on a rant on Instagram about how women’s bodies are sexualized.

She shared all ten photos of herself posing in various raunchy positions in a bed.

Recently, heart emojis have been strategically placed in a number of these.

Madonna (@madonna) tweeted.

Madonna wrote, “I’m reposting photographs Instagram took down without warning or notification.”

“They assigned my account management to someone who doesn’t handle my account because a small portion of my nipple was exposed as the reason.”

“It never ceases to amaze me that we live in a society where every inch of a woman’s body is visible except her nipple.”

“As if that’s the only part of a woman’s anatomy that’s sexualized.”

“It’s the nipple of the baby that feeds it!”

Isn’t it true that a man’s nipple can’t be erotic??!!” (sic)

Madonna went on to say that when it comes to men’s bodies, there is a double standard.

“How about a woman’s ass?” she inquired.

“I’d like to thank censorship, sexism, ageism, and misogyny for keeping me sane for the past four decades.”

“Perfectly timed with the lies we’ve been told about the pilgrims peacefully breaking bread with Native Americans on their arrival at Plymouth Rock!”

She concluded her tirade by saying, “God bless America (hashtag)artistsareheretodisturbthepeace.”

Following her emotional post, the singer received an outpouring of support from her fans.

Model Munroe Bergdorf scribbled, “FREE ALL NIPPLES!”

In the comments, Mryoussefnabil said, “Totally agree!!!”

Katie Piper wrote, “Queen.”

The Material Girl singer sparked outrage among her fans when she posted the original images yesterday.

One of the celebrities’ fans who reacted was Piers Morgan, who called it “rock bottom.”

Kate Beckinsale, an actress, deceived her daughter into thinking the photos were of her.


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