Fans React To Madonna Making Out With Rapper Tokischa On Stage-‘Enough Already, It’s Gotten Sad’
The singer is known for her racy photos on social media, but this time around, she decided to take things right onto the stage. During the course of her concert at Terminal 5, New York City, Madonna was performing alongside the rapper with some drag queens.
In the clip here, we can see the pair dancing and grinding on each other as they perform to the music. Then out of nowhere, the pair decided to embrace each other and make out on stage. And yet, looking back, this was not surprising for the following reasons.
First of all, Tokischa has admitted that she is an outspoken advocate of LBTQ+ rights. So much so that this does influence her music and performances. In some prior comments at the time, she remarked: “I’m very crude with my lyrics, and everything that I’m expressing is very, very, very real.
“People identify with all of it.” Secondly, this is not the first time that Madonna has done such a thing. In 2003, the singer turned heads when she was performing with none other than Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. In the video clip here, we can see both of them performing with Madonna.
The latter then decides to kiss both of them, much to the shock of the audience. Despite that being the case, the fans on social media were not impressed. A certain subset of people felt that Madonna had embarrassed herself. After all, she is 63-years-old. Thus, it was not a good look.
One person wrote: “I wonder what people would be tweeting if that were a 26-year-old making out with a 63-year-old man. Madonna, enough already. It’s gotten sad.”
Madonna certainly made an impression, but given the social media response, it does appear to have been a negative one. So there you have it folks. What did you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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