Madonna Referred to as a "CONTROL FREAK" by Daughter Lourdes Leon

Madonna is sharing her two cents about 50 Cent's latest apology.

On Friday, Dec. 10, the "Like A Prayer" singer posted a video on Instagram donning a youthful, doe-eyed filter over her face as she slammed the rapper for his "faux apology," calling it "bulls--t" and "not legitimate."  

"Delayed Clap again for 50 cent And his faux apology," she captioned the put up. "Ive been busy, higher late then by no means!!! Had. some issues I wanted to say." 

The "In da Membership" rapper and "Vogue" singer have been engaged in a social media feud with each other ever since 50 Cent mocked Madonna's recent lingerie photoshoot on Instagram earlier this month, calling it "the funniest s--t LOL."  

In response, Madonna known as him out on her Instagram Story by posting a photograph of the two collectively from when he was "pretending to be my good friend," which induced 50 Cent to subject an apology to her on Twitter. 

"I should have damage Madonna's emotions," he wrote. "She went and dug up a outdated MTV photograph from 03. Okay Im sorry I didn't intend to harm your emotions. I do not profit from this in anyway. I mentioned that I assumed once I noticed the image due to the place I had seen it earlier than I hope you settle for my apology."

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Within the video, Madonna mentioned that 50 Cent, whose actual identify is Curtis James Jackson III, did not appear to know what he was apologizing for, sharing, "What you need to be apologizing for is your misogynistic, sexist, ageist habits and remarks." 

"You are reposting someone else's low degree of consciousness posting that are supposed to disgrace and humiliate different individuals. That is f—ked up," she added. "You are making an attempt to place a restrict on when ladies ought to find a way to be ok with themselves."  

Madonna additionally acknowledged that he did not "damage her emotions" as a result of he wasn't "coming from an enlightened place" along with his feedback. "You did not damage my emotions," she mentioned. "‘Trigger I do not take it personally."

Though Madonna in the end forgave the rapper, she additionally took a second to elucidate how he was "benefiting" from posting about her on-line. 

"After all you are benefiting from it. That's what social media is all about. You do perceive that, proper?" She requested. "Do not child your self when you suppose you might have an Instagram account and you are not benefiting from it. Shut it down. Cease mendacity to your self." 

In the long run, Madonna wished the rapper "all the most effective," including, "So lastly, I simply wish to say I forgive you. I hope that in the future you get up and see a special viewpoint." 

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