Madonna responded to her critics by posting a photo of her beautiful face teasing that the swelling from her “surgical” has gone while claiming that she looks “Cute”

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Madonna joked that “swelling from surgery had gone down” as she complimented on how youthful she looked. The singer attacked her “ageist and misogynistic” critics who have consistently made fun of her appearance on Twitter on Monday.

Madonna flaunted her flawless beauty in a selfie she posted on social media while posing in an oversized blue shirt and distressed denim. She braided her vibrant orange hair and sported light pink makeup and bare lips. “Spiritually hungry” was written on a black cap that Madonna wore to complete her outfit.


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She stated in the post’s caption: “Look how cute I am now that swelling from surgery has gone down. Lol.” One fan referred to Madonna as “The Queen of the Universe” and expressed how much they loved the new picture. You are one hot Legend Maddy, a fan tweeted.

Slay queen, said another, and “I only see a powerful woman prospering and minding her business,” said a fourth admirer. Another person wrote: “Trolling or being honest? Doesn’t matter. This is the realest tweet ever. Yes, you do look cute.”

Following her performance at the Grammy Awards earlier this month, Madonna was compelled to respond to her critics. The music legend expressed her disappointment that attention was drawn to her face rather than the words she spoke when paying honour to Sam Smith and Kim Petras for making history at the music awards.

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“Caught in the glare of ageism and misogyny that permeates the world we live in,” Madonna wrote to her Instagram followers. She said that she “has never apologized for any of the creative decisions I have made nor the way that I look or dress and I’m not going to start” in her response to critics.

“Instead of focusing on what I said in my speech which was about giving thanks for the fearlessness of artists like Sam and Kim- Many people chose to only talk about Close-up photos of me Taken with a long lens camera By a press photographer that Would distort anyone’s face!!” she wrote.

Madonna continued, “Once again I am caught in the glare of ageism and misogyny That permeates the world we live in. A world that refuses to celebrate women pass the age of 45 And feels the need to punish her If she continues to be strong-willed, hard-working, and adventurous.”

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